Citys coach is getting major support from Arsenal’s key members in the clubs hierarchy following the pull out of Massimilliano and others from the race to become Arsenals new boss.
Being a former inmate of the Gunner’s is playing quite well for the former Gunner’s mildfielder. He as done well for himself as he works presently with Pep Guardiola at Manchester City as a coach, with furtune going his way just as Juventus boss Massimilliano Allegri pulled out of the race Mikel Arteta has emerged as Arsenal’s primary target to become the club’s new manager.
Before now both Allegri and Arteta were the leading contenders to replace Wenger.
The focus of appointment has of now shifted firmly to Arteta, along side chief executive Ivan Gazidis and head of football relations Raul Sanllehi. RaulRaul had turned warned the club off Luis Enrique following their time together at Barcelona – both now keen to appoint the 36-year-old.
Arteta becoming Arsenals new boss will most likely cost the signing of new backroom staffs at the Emirates Stadium. Older staffs; Steve Bould and Jens Lehmann seem to be bent on leaving the team regardless the promise of a future for them at Emirates.
If they happen to leave they would be going along with likes of Colin Lewin the clubs head of medical services. The med boss just finished his 23years tenure at the club ending on Monday. Most of Gunner’s players have been left in shock following Levin’s departure, it wasn’t quite expected as they’ve grown into the 44 year old.
These changes are part of the big picture Gazidis sees in the as the Arsen Winger leaves Arsenal after 22years of coaching. Gazidis himself is now at a new office at the clubs Colney training ground in a bid to mirror the approach taken by continental clubs.