Maurizio Sarri may be Mikel Arteta’s successor as the Arsenal manager finds himself under a lot of pressure, according to reports.
led his side to a 3-1 win overWest Brom
on Sunday; however,Arsenal
have been enduring a disappointing season in general.
The Gunners are ninth on thePremier League
table and may miss their chance of qualifying for the Europa League, which will be their first since the 1995-96 season.
The Spaniard is being heavily criticized, especially after exiting Europa League at the hands of Villarreal on Thursday.
Arsenal may be on the lookout for a new manager in the summer and
emerges as a potential target.
Based on reports fromradio Punto Nuovo
, the ex-Chelsea
boss may be Arsenal’s manager for the next campaign. Despite being unpopular during his reign at Chelsea, Sarri led the club to a top-four finish as well as Europa League glory.
He has not been working since departingJuventus
last season, having been dismissed when he didn’t get the squad to Champions League’s quarter-final.
However, he did deliver the Serie A title, with the Juve now sitting fifth on the table under Andrea Pirlo’s reign.
are also in the market for a new manager and may target Sarri.