Arsenal supervisor Arsene Wenger has insisted that it is up to the club’s hierarchy to determine on his long-time period successor.
In spite of this, the 58-year-outdated has ruled out a return to coaching for the 2017/18 season, while he is mentioned to favor a Premier League comeback next time period.
Speaking to BeIN Sports, Wenger clarified that he will not select his likely successor, and the position will be still left to the Gunners’ board.
“I do not know who will change me at Arsenal. When you are a supervisor for a club you have to get the job done like you are there permanently,” he mentioned. “The position of my board is to pick out the next supervisor. I do not want to do the position of the board.”
Ancelotti has prior Premier League encounter with Chelsea with whom he celebrated a League and FA Cup double in his maiden season in 2009/10.
Antonio Conte‘s upcoming at Stamford Bridge has been thrown into question in latest months, and Ancelotti could nonetheless change his compatriot in west London next season.