Arsenal are considering making a move to appoint Hoffenheim boss Julian Nagelsmann as Arsene Wenger’s successor at The Emirates, according to reports in the British media.
The report is according to the Daily Star, as quoted by The Daily Mail which reported that the 30-year-old boss has emerged as a potential target for the Emirates club as the speculation about Wenger’s long-term future at the Emirates continues.
The Frenchman’s position was thrown into further doubt on Thursday night when his side suffered another 3-0 loss to Manchester City, this time at The Emirates in the Prmeier League after their League Cup final defeat last weekend.
The same reports adds that the Gunner have drawn up a list of possible candidates to replace the Frenchman at the end of the season whilst also claiming that Celtic and ex-Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is among the potential candidates on the Arsenal’s shortlist to replace Wenger.
Nagelsmann became the youngest boss in the Bundesliga history aged 28 when he took over the reins of the club back in February 2016.
Meanwhile, the Gunners return to action today in the Premier League losing 2-1 to Brighton and Hove Albion in the top flight on Sunday afternoon. Arsenal now 13 points adrift of the top four.