The demands for Arsene Wenger to step down as Arsenal manager have been heavier than ever and the Frenchman could well be on his way out of the club by the end of the season.
Wenger was handed a new contract last year amidst strong protests from the fans and after the Gunners suffered their 4th straight defeat everyone wants the legendary manager to vacate his position as soon as possible.
For the past couple of months, a lot of reports have tried to analyze who is going to replace the Frenchman and names like Carlo Ancelotti and Brendan Rodgers have popped up every now and again.
But no one has really thought about Wenger’s life after he leaves Arsenal Football Club.
Now according to the Daily Star, Everton are interested in bringing Arsene Wenger on board if he decides to move out of North London.
The report claims that Everton owner Farhad Moshiri feels that Wenger is the ideal person to carry the Toffees batton forward.
Everton have had a mixed season under Ronald Koeman and now Sam Allardyce. After spending heavily during the summer the Merseyside outfit found themselves in a relegation battle under the managership of Koeman.
Since then the ship has been steadied a lot by Sam Allardyce but the fans are supposedly not happy with the style of play that the manager brings to the table.
Everton are currently 11th on the league table – 7 points clear of the drop zone and they look certain to remain in the top division for the next campaign.
But the Everton hierarchy are not going to risk another catastrophe next season and are willing to bring Arsene Wenger on board if the Gunners decide to release him.
Despite all the protests, the Arsenal management have not made a statement up until now and we feel that they are letting Wenger make the final call about his time at the Emirates.
After the defeat to Brighton, the Frenchman claimed that he has the experience to see this bad phase through and bring Arsenal back to their deserved position once again but we do not see Wenger staying with the club for the next season.