There is a precedent for appointing young managers within their organisation after his father Stan appointed 31-year-old Sean McVay as head of the Rams after he "aced" a series of interviews with club executives - who decided his age was not a hindrance to installing him.
Wenger is leaving the Gunners this summer after 22 years at the North London outfit, and former Arsenal attacking midfielder Merson has stated that he would not be surprised if the Frenchman became the new Everton boss. However it was that evening at Brighton, when Arsenal struggled to outclass a newly promoted side, which served as the mirror for the ennui Arsenal Football Club had succumbed to.
Arsene Wenger has reiterated he will not take another job in the Premier League as it would feel like a betrayal of Arsenal.
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"I think you can work with the team that's there. I think on that day, I would stay at home", he said.
Wenger has reportedly already received a number of job offers but would not talk to any potential suitors until after he has completely put his tasks at Arsenal behind him. In the end, as Wenger leaves the club not only without any successor in place, but also with a disjointed squad in the need of quality additions across the pitch. Arsenal fans can only reminisce the golden years, while hoping that a fresh approach at the helm changes things for the better.
Arteta is the favourite in most markets after a series of reports suggesting he is the top candidate for the Arsenal job.
Gazidis, who has said he is not scared of making a bold appointment, wants the new boss to keep playing progressive football, to embody the values of the club and to be keen on developing young players. They must accomplish a triumphant quest for glory.