JUST IN: Arsenal Make Move For 38-year Old Manager As Arsene Wenger's Replacement

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Reports according to the Sun revealed that the Arsenal management have identified Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe as a top target to replace Arsene Wenger at the Emirates Stadium next summer when his contract expires with the club.
JUST IN: Arsenal Make Move For 38-year Old Manager As Arsene Wenger's Replacement
Wenger has been with Arsenal as a manager since 1996, making things happen at the club with his own philosophy. A lot of fans believe this is the right time for the Frenchman to leave the club as a new approach to things could be the way forward for the Gunners.

Arsenal have refused to win a Premier League title since 2004 and a poor start this season after losing to Liverpool and recording a draw at Leicester City may put Wenger under pressure to deliver good results this season. Arsene Wenger's contract with Arsenal is expected to end next summer after the 2016/17 season. The big question here is 'who is going to replace Wenger?' The questions stands slightly answered as the Sun revealed that Arsenal have identified Eddie Howe as a possible replacement for the Arsenal boss when he finally leaves the Gunners.

Eddie Howe, 38 has earned a great reputation after emerging as one of the most promising young managers in the Premier League. He was able to bring Bournemouth from League One into the English Premier League and he also kept them in top flight last season.

It was also revealed that Wenger is a great admirer of Howe's tactics and this could give the 38-year old a headway when Wenger finally leaves the club. Many believe that Jack Wilshere was loaned out to Bournemouth in order to have a better chance of luring the manager to Arsenal in the future.

Arsene Wenger who currently earns an estimated £7.5m a year has been told by Arsenal that he has an opportunity to work with the London club for life which means he could be employed as a technical director under the new manager.

The Big Question: Do you think this young man is the best replacement for Arsene WEnger?

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