Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger is one of the primary candidates that are rumored to be the next England’s coach as a replacement to Roy Hodgson after a below par Euro 2016 campaign.
Wenger who is into his final year in his Arsenal’s contract is reportedly ready to see out his glittering career with the Gunners as he is keen to take up one of the most high-profile jobs in international football.
However, the Gunners management are ready to offer a new two-year contract extension to the Frenchman in an attempt to make him stay at the club. But this will be largely dependent on the start of the season, Arsenal would have before a final call on the new deal is expected.
The FA chief executive Martin Glenn recently revealed he’s prepared to wait up to a year to ensure the right man is appointed to the job which might help Wenger to have a new experience in his illustrious career.
The 66-year old have been an important figure at the club since his move to London back in 1996 as he helped Arsenal to 6 FA cup triumphs along with the invincible season where the team managed to go through the season without a defeat which caps his tactical brilliance.
Despite being outfoxed by his compatriots over the past few years, Wenger is still one of the highly tactical geniuses present in the football world right now and he is the best option available for FA among the rumored candidates.
It is also believed that former PSG manager Laurent Blanc is also in the race as a leading contender for the coveted job after being sacked very recently by his club.