Carlo Ancelotti has become an unlikely candidate to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal after the Spanish Football expert Pete Jenson claimed Ancelotti’s desires to move to English Premier League.

Since the El Classico defeat, Real Madrid have come under severe pressure by the fans and board and it looks like Carlo Ancelotti will be made the escape goat and will be sacked next summer.

Following the speculations of his exit, Ancelotti has already started to plan ahead for the future and ias it turns out Arsenal seems the most obvious and well thought destination.

It is no secret that how fragile Wenger’s reputation is at the moment and now given with Ancelotti’s availability, Arsenal would want to bring in the 3-time champions league winner instead of Arsene Wenger, who has failed to guide Arsenal to the Quarter Finals of the Champpions League even once in last 5 years.

Jenson continued on why Ancelotti would prefer Arsenal over any other team in the Premier League.

Jesnson said“He [Ancelotti] wants to come back to England, no doubt about it. Arsenal would give him all the job security he has missed out on at first Chelsea and now Madrid.”

Pete Jenson highlighted the impact Paul Clement could have if Carlo Anceloti decides to work with Arsenal. It would give Clement the chance to move back to his home and manager with the great Ancelotti.

Jenson saidClement would, I’m sure go with him back to his home city and Arsenal – who seem terrified that if they move Wenger on they will stop qualifying for the Champions League – would have a coach who has won the competition three times,”

It looks likes an ideal deal after the growing pressure on Ancelotti post the classico defeat. A move to the premier league would be the best solution for Carlo Ancelotti at the moment and perhaps Arsenal can be benefited from his decision as well.


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