Arteta set for Arsenal talks over managerial post

Arteta set for Arsenal talks over managerial post

Wenger is departing after 22 years at the helm of the Gunners and finding his successor is one of the speculated upon appointments in the history of the Premier League.

Arteta is the leading candidate to take over at the Gunners, despite never managing a team at any level before.

Arsenal do not have a manager at the moment after Arsene Wenger's departure, but that will not stop them from getting their first signing done in the upcoming summer.

Arteta is now expected to hold formal talks with Arsenal and an announcement could be made as early as next week.

Lewin, who's vastly fashionable with the Arsenal squad, was knowledgeable on Monday that he could be a part of a cull of Wenger's backroom crew.

The English club finished sixth in the Premier League in the 2017-18 season and is linked with former midfielder Mikel Arteta to be their new manager.

"It is always encouraging to see a club give a young, up-and-coming coach a chance and Arteta has got what it takes to do a fine job".

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In the meantime, Arsenal gamers are livid with the remedy of highly-respected physio Colin Lewin after he misplaced his job on Monday.

The Frenchman confirmed that he would be stepping down at the end of the campaign after a disappointing run of form over the last two years. "He will have learnt so much".

Barcelona was also negotiating with Barcelona ex-coach Luis Enrique.

Whereas Manchester United unveiled David Moyes just 24 hours after Sir Alex Ferguson announced his retirement in 2013, Arsenal have taken nearly a month (and counting).

"Max is very good on both a technical and tactical level, because he is able to adapt his team's system to suit certain situations and different opponents".

"He's now in the United States of America coaching and I speak with him sometimes", Reyes added.

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