Arsenal make contact with Luis Enrique about succeeding Arsene Wenger – with Max Allegri and Brendan Rodgers also on radar

ARSENAL chiefs have spoken to Luis Enrique about succeeding Arsene Wenger as supervisor.

The Gunners are looking for a successor after sensationally SACKING their lengthy-serving Frenchman.

 Arsenal have made contact with Luis Enrique about succeeding Arsene Wenger

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Arsenal have made contact with Luis Enrique about succeeding Arsene Wenger

Juventus chief Max Allegri stays a prime goal.

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers needs the job and the Scottish champions final night time said they might permit him to speak to Arsenal if the decision got here.

Enrique – who’s also needed by Chelsea – has spent the final yr out of labor having allowed his Barcelona contract to expire in the summertime.

The Spaniard, forty seven, gained the Treble in his first season on the Nou Camp and added one other La Liga title and two extra Copa del Reys to the trophy cupboard earlier than leaving.

 Arsene Wenger will leave Arsenal at the end of the season

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Arsene Wenger will depart Arsenal on the finish of the season
 Juventus manager Max Allegri remains a target for Arsenal

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Juventus supervisor Max Allegri stays a goal for Arsenal
 Brendan Rodgers wants the Arsenal job and has been given permission by Celtic to speak to the club

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Brendan Rodgers needs the Arsenal job and has been given permission by Celtic to talk to the membership

Arsenal chief Ivan Gazidis yesterday admitted discovering Wenger's successor wouldn’t be straightforward.

He stated: "We could have a course of. We haven’t had any discussions today relating to that.

"I don’t underestimate the problem of that.

"This membership has to rise to the problem. You don’t discover a alternative for him, you discover a new path ahead."

Wenger stamped his free-flowing philosophy on Arsenal when he joined the membership in 1996.

Gazidis added: "Arsene modified the sport, he set a completely new commonplace. A brand new ambition.

"Ambition not simply to win, however to win whereas making perfection.

"And he was all the time courageous sufficient to be true to that ambition and extremely he achieved it with the Invincibles.

"Arsenal really has a soccer philosophy.

"We aren't going to discover a alternative for Arsene.

"He’s a unprecedented supervisor and individual. He got here into the sport 22 years in the past when the sport was very totally different and it’s advanced in some ways, and Arsene has advanced with it.

"The soccer membership is now in a really totally different place."

Arsenal Chief Government Ivan Gazidis on Arsene Wenger's departure from the membership

ARSENAL chiefs have spoken to Luis Enrique about succeeding Arsene Wenger as supervisor.

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