La Liga journalist Pete Jenson has suggested that succeeding Arsene Wenger at Arsenal would be the perfect job for Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti, according to the Daily Mail.
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Jenson believes that Ancelotti is keen to come back to England, and the hot-seat at the Emirates would not be the daunting task for the 55-year-old, that it may be for some of the other potential candidates.
“He wants to come back to England, no doubt about it. Arsenal would give him all the job security he has missed out on at first Chelsea and now Madrid,” Jenson explained.
According to Jenson, the reason that club legend Wenger has not been ousted by the board, despite just one trophy in ten years, is because of his ability to get the Gunners back into the Champions League annually. But he suggests that three-time winner Ancelotti, would have no issue delivering European football to the Emirates.
He also believes that the Italian’s trusted assistant, Paul Clement would be happy to continue their partnership in North London, despite being linked with managerial posts himself, making the whole situation the perfect fit.
“It all sounds perfect, I don’t know why the wheels have not already been set in motion,” he added.