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Arsenal legend David Seaman has suggested two managers who could replace Arsene Wenger.
Wenger will leave Arsenal at the end of the season after almost 22 years at the club.
Seaman is undecided over whether the Gunners should appoint an experienced manager or give a younger coach the job.
The former England No 1 says his ex-Arsenal team-mate Patrick Vieira’s managerial style reminds him of Arsene Wenger.
But Seaman thinks it may be a little too early for the New York City boss to take over at the Emirates.
Seaman instead thinks the club should look at Luis Enrique, who won nine trophies in three years at Barcelona before leaving the La Liga giants last summer.
“I’m torn between going down the ex-player route, someone like Patrick Vieira, or an experienced manager,” Seaman told talkSPORT.
“I saw Vieira him on the touchline the other night managing New York and he looked like Arsene.
“He was just looking. He wasn’t ranting and raving, he was just looking at the pitch and it totally reminded me of Arsene.
“But [the job] might be a bit too big and it might come a bit too early for him, I don’t know.
“Other than that, I’m looking at someone like Enrique. He has got great experience.
“He has managed at a great club, been successful at a great club.
“I want someone to come in and bring new ideas to Arsenal.”