Arsene Wenger has been tipped as one of the four potential successors to replace Niko Kovac at Bayern Munch after the former Arsenal manager was reportedly listed in the four-man list being considered for the vacant seat.
Niko Kovac was shown the exit door Sunday, November 3, following a disgraceful outing that saw German champions caged to victory by Eintracht Frankfurt in a 6-goal thriller that consequently sent Bayern to fourth spot on Bundesliga log.
According to Daily Mail quoting Guardian, Bayern are in search of a worthy successor with vast coaching experience who could bring the Allianz Arena dwellers back to their glorious days, hence the Frenchman’s name.
The 60-year-old spent almost three decades with Gunners where he was able to win trophies including Premier League with the famous “Invincible team.
” The former Gunner boss is being considered along 61-year-old Ralf Rangnick, who is an adept in German league having coached Stuttgart, Hannover, Schalke and RB Leipzig.
Erik ten Hag is also being considered for the stool. The Dutchman was a leading figure in Ajax’s resurgence into European giants with his young machines.
Former Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri is also a big name in Bayern’s radar. The Italian has been out of work since parting with Juventus after winning local double with them.