Arsene Wenger would be next England manager
Arsene Wenger is one of the candidate who could become the next England manager according to Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn.
The Daily Telegraph’s secretly-filmed footage of Sam Allardyce making a variety of controversial comments saw the manager leave the post after one match and a mere 67 days, and faces potential bans from the game.
Wenger will be out of contract next summer, and he admitted at his press conference on Friday that he he would like to manage England “one day”
When asked about the potential chance for wenger,Glenn said
“I am not commenting on that,” he said. “Of course he’d fit the criteria perfectly. Of course he would, as would a few others.”
Wenger is currently third favourite with the bookmakers, behind surprising contender Ralf Rangnick.
He is currently director of sport at Leipzig, and overriding favourite Southgate.
So we can expect any thing but Wenger wont be taking charge soon as he has a year left at Arsenal.
England Under-21 boss Gareth Southgate has been appointed as manager for a shot time and the team will play their remaining four matches of 2016 under him.
This will give the FA more time to get a manager for their international team.