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David Ornstein has revealed the original shortlist to replace Arsene Wenger when he left the club in the summer of 2018 (via The Athletic).
It feels a lot longer but it has been just 17 months since Arsene Wenger left Arsenal.
The Frenchman was replaced by Unai Emery later that summer and the Spaniard is now in his second term at the helm of the club.
Emery beat out a host of names to be named as Arsenal head coach and now, that list has been revealed.
David Ornstein has claimed that Massimiliano Allegri, Mikel Arteta, Thierry Henry, Julen Lopetegui, Ralf Rangnick, Jorge Sampaoli, and Patrick Vieira were all in the running for the position.
Ornstein also revealed that Antonio Conte, Eddie Howe, Maurizio Sarri, and Brendan Rodgers were all discussed by the Arsenal hierarchy at the time but were refused for various reasons.
Mikel Arteta seemed like the second-choice candidate from that list. The Manchester City assistant and former Gunners player was an intriguing candidate but it’s unclear whether he would still be considered for the position. Unai Emery probably won’t be in charge at Arsenal in another 17 months’ time. It’s doubtful that shortlist would be used to search for his appointment given the changes at the top of the club.