Joachim Low has been linked with an incredible move to Everton this summer to replace Roberto Martinez (via the Mirror), but if the Germany boss does step down from international football this summer then Arsenal have to make sure we bring him to the Emirates.
Low has been tipped to quit Germany to take the Everton post this summer, with new Toffees boss Farhad Moshiri looking to pour money into the club to make them a European powerhouse. If Moshiri really is willing to put in the £200m the Mirror claim, then reports suggest Low would love the challenge.
The Everton board had a meeting to discuss Roberto Martinez’s future on Friday, and almost immediately after the meeting odds were slashed for Low to take the reigns. This suggests something was leaked, although at the moment any rumour obviously needs to be taken with a pinch of salt.
If there is any truth in the rumours though, then we need to do everything we can to bring Low to Arsenal. There are very few top quality managers around at the moment, with most of them already committed to big clubs with long-term projects. Arsene Wenger looks to be on his way out in the next season or two, and Low could be the perfect replacement.
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Many fans are calling for Wenger’s head, but few are actually considering the consequences of not finding a suitable replacement. We’d obviously love to see someone like Pep Guardiola or Diego Simeone arrive at the club, but we also have to be realistic and consider whether they’d actually be available or even willing to take the job.
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If Low really is considering making the arguably massive step down to Everton, then surely it wouldn’t be too hard to convince him to join Arsenal?