Why a deal between Arsenal, PSG and Arsene Wenger at this point of time would be ideal for all the parties involved

Why Arsene Wenger Would Be The Perfect Candidate To Take Over As The Next PSG Boss

PSG’s Champions League woes continue as the French giants have once again slumped to a defeat in their UEFA Champions League knockout rounds, this time against Real Madrid.

Despite flushing out loads of cash last summer, which included the record-breaking acquisition of Brazilian superstar Neymar as well as Kylian Mbappe – arguably the best young player in world football at the moment, Paris have still failed to progress in the UEFA Champions League, which has apparently sealed the fate of head coach Unai Emery.

The former Sevilla boss is destined to face the sack this season, after failing to progress further in the Champions League and as per reports, PSG are currently looking for an experienced manager to take over the charge this summer.

Shockingly, however, the French giants have been linked with a move for Arsenal head coach Arsene Wenger, as per bookies from Sun Football.

Sun Bets spokesman Tim Reynolds said: “PSG have an immense amount of money and can financially afford to get who they want.

“Wenger may be looking to retire once his time at Arsenal is over but he may be persuaded by a big contract and a big wage budget at the Parc des Princes.

“It would also be a chance for Wenger to prove his doubters wrong after his reputation has been tarnished in recent years at Arsenal.

Although their recent reports suggest that PSG are not in the race to sign Arsene Wenger anymore, we will take a look as to why his appointment to Paris could be an ideal move for all parties involved.


Even though one would definitely question PSG’s decision to appoint Arsene Wenger as their head coach next season, the 68-year-old has the valuable experience, which the PSG coaches in recent years seem to have lacked.

Since joining Arsenal in the summer of 1996, the 68-year-old has been in charge of the Gunners for 1185 matches, in which he has a point per game ratio of 1.95. During his 21-year stint with the club, the Frenchman has won three Premier Leagues and seven FA Cup titles, which is not bad by any means.

However, he is hugely famous for guiding Arsenal through their incredible 2003/04 campaign, where the Gunners remained unbeaten throughout the season, before lifting their Premier League title. His attacking brand of football has nailed down a proper identity at Arsenal, which has influenced many supporters from all over the globe. Therefore, it’s probably fair to reflect on the fact that Arsene Wenger has had a huge part to play in Arsenal’s success and popularity in the past couple of decades.

Although it may seem like a vague decision to appoint Wenger as the new PSG boss next season, his experience and composure might just be what they need in order to form a winning formula, capable of dominating entire Europe.

Arsene Wenger

Following a dismal start to the campaign, Arsene Wenger’s days at Arsenal are numbered, with the club currently seeking out for a possible replacement next season.

Therefore, it would be a logical decision for the Frenchman to switch clubs next season. A move to PSG could be ideal, considering the fact that he will be presented with the opportunity of returning to his homeland, where he formerly had the experience of managing Nancy and AS Monaco.


Finally, Arsene Wenger’s departure could be a boon for Arsenal.

The Gunners have struggled with mediocrity in the past three-four years, largely due to the lack of consistency. Arsenal are currently a club in dire need of an identity and the presence of Arsene Wenger in the team dugout is definitely not helping the cause.

Therefore, the appointment of someone new and full of ideas could once again reinvigorate this famous English outfit. In fact, the North-London giants are already looking out for possible coaching candidates next season, pointing to the fact that it’s only a matter of time before they sack head coach Arsene Wenger.

Written by Anas Ali

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