- Mikel Arteta vs Carlo Ancelotti are jostling to be named next Arsenal manager
- The Gunners are yet to find a substantial coach for the north Londoners after sacking Emery last month
- Arsenal supporters are divided over who becomes the next club coach
Arsenal fans are at loggerhead over who becomes the next manager of the club after the sack of Unai Emery last month.
The Gunners appointed club legend Freddie Ljungberg as their interim boss until they finally name find a substantial coach for the team.
Though reports emanating from the Emirates Stadium claims the north Londoners are planning to appoint either of Mikel Arteta or Carlo Ancelotti for the vacant job.
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However, some of the senior players are said to have kicked against the current Manchester City boss taking charge of the club - favouring the Italian coach who was sacked by Napoli recently.
In another twist, Everton are in talks with the former Juventus and Real Madrid handler to replace Marco Silva as the former Chelsea boss is said to have agreed a deal in principle with the Toffees.
Before the Italian-born tactician was shown the exit doors by his employers in Italy, he guided them to Champions League round of 16 stage where they will battle Barcelona next February.
According to a poll done by Legit.ng on Twitter, 34 percent of the votes went to Arteta, while 31 percent of the participants said they 'don't care' who the club names as next handler.
27% wants Ancelotti as manager while 8% don't want any of the two managers. Another poll conducted on Facebook, 53% want Ancelotti as manager while 47% want Arteta as their next boss.
Meanwhile, Manchester City might not allow their man to leave if they don't get a reasonable price from his suitors.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Mikel Arteta is now on the verge of becoming the next Arsenal manager after he reportedly agreed personal terms with the Gunners' chiefs.
Gunners chiefs have been looking for a permanent manager since they sacked Unai Emery with interim manager Freddie Ljungberg finding it difficult at the Emirates stadium.
UK Mirror reports that club have completed negotiations with Arteta and he is expected to sign a three-and-a-half-year deal with the Gunners.
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