It’s all about Barcelona and Juventus in the Champions League tonight.
But let’s face it, the debate over Arsene Wenger’s future was always going to come up.
And while Gunners fans sit at home on the sofa watching two of Europe’s best sides fight it out for a place in the Champions League semi-final, the Wenger saga has continued online.
In fact, would anyone honestly be surprised to see a ‘Wenger Out’ sign being held up inside the Nou Camp tonight?
But who should replace him if he does decide to walk?
Some Arsenal fans have a new favourite in mind after tuning into watch Barca.
No, not Luis Enrique – Juve boss Massimiliano Allegri!
The 49-year-old Italian – who has been in charge since 2014 – has been hailed a “master tactiacian” for his side’s stubborn defensive displays so far against Barcelona’s formidable front line of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar.
And a number of Arsenal fans believe he could be the man to replace the long-serving Wenger.
Here’s some of the best reactions:
Miles better than Wenger
Takes half of Wenger's wages
But let's see if Arsene can reinvent himself.#NoNewContract
— Lord Gooner (@lordgooner8) April 19, 2017
— Football Talk (@FootballTalkFan) April 19, 2017
— Olagunju O Muhammad (@O_Muhammad_O) April 19, 2017
Imagine there are actually people out there who don't want Allegri over Wenger 😂
— Arran (@ArranAFCSTL) April 19, 2017
Allegri or Simeone to take Arsenal FC back to the top
Wenger is finished and we all know it
— Jason AFC (@JasonJhuti) April 19, 2017
Arsenal have got to get Allegri 🙏🏼
— Jack Wyatt (@jackwyattt14) April 19, 2017
Under Wenger we are light yrs away from CL or Prem watching Allegri tactically him as manager jeeezzzz what could be
— jazz sian(jassi) (@jazz_sian) April 19, 2017
Allegri, come to Arsenal lad, bring Mpabbe with ya as well
— Daniel Roarty (@Roartyy94) April 19, 2017
Just imagine Allegri or Simone at Arsenal no more 5/1 6/2 Etc Etc #wengerout
— Clown of Excuses (@capitalgooner) April 19, 2017
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