Arsenal are ready to make a move for Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola at the end of next season as they plan for life after Arsene Wenger. Fews days ago, related reports that the French man will be sacked for Carlo Ancelotti also came up
Arsene Wenger’s future with the Gunners has been subject of speculation this week with both Carlo Ancelotti and Paul Clement being eyed up as potential successors.
But the Evening Standard says Guardiola has emerged as a more serious option and Arsenal will look to move for him in 2016.
That’s when Guardiola has apparently ear-marked leaving Bayern for a new challenge, with the Premier League looking his obvious destination.
Arsenal would have competition to bag him but the Spaniard has made no secret of his admiration for the north London club.
If a deal could be agreed, Wenger would most likely move upstairs into a director role.