Arsenal have sacked Unai Emery after a series of dismal performances and right now its Freddie Ljungberg whose has been named the interim head coach.
The former Gunners took charge of the team this weekend but Arsenal ended up drawing that match too – a 2-2 draw vs Norwich City.
But it has been more or less confirmed that the Arsenal management will not be hasty in finding a replacement for Unai Emery but according to Jamie Carragher, there will be one major problem.
The former Liverpool man has gone on to claim that it will be really tough to replace Unai Emery since right now there aren’t too many big names available in the market.
“Yes (right decision), they did. You just have to look at the results. The atmosphere in the stands was poisonous,” Carragher told Sky Sports[as reported].
“The big problem is they have to appoint someone now. There are more big clubs than big managers now. Now they are back in the game of looking for a manager. They can’t afford to get it wrong again.
“They need to get the organisation right. We were seeing basketball games week in week out. Last season was decent but watching the team week in week out, it was hard to see what he was doing.”
The name of Max Allegri has been strongly linked with Arsenal during the past couple of months but it is still unclear whether the former Juventus man will actually want to take charge of the club.
Mauricio Pochettino is also a probability but given his allegiance with Spurs, we don’t think the Argentine will be too eager to manage Arsenal.
As per some reports, the North London club are also in talks with Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo who, many people feel will be the ideal replacement for Unai Emery.