Odds on Arsene Wenger to leave Arsenal have been slashed, after the Gunners were humiliatingly knocked out of the Champions League on away goals by Ligue 1 outfit AS Monaco.
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A nightmare first-leg at the Emirates Stadium, ending in a 3-1 defeat, cost Wenger a place in the quarter-finals of the competition for the fourth year running – and bookmakers William Hill believe this exit could mark the end of his managerial reign.
It’s now just 3/1 for the 65-year-old to leave this season – or 2/1 for next term.
William Hill spokesperson Joe Crilly is quoted by the Daily Express as saying: “Arsenal’s European hoodoo continues and it may be another manager who is tasked with taking the Gunners to the next level,”
The top three favourites to replace the Frenchman are Jurgen Klopp, Thierry Henry and Paul Clement, according to Oddschecker.