Reports from England suggest former Chelsea and Real Madrid handler Carlos Ancelotti may replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.
Although the Frenchman signed a two-year deal with the North London side in 2017, there are speculations he may quit at the end of this season.
And Ancelotti, who was recently sacked by German giants Bayern Munich, according to reports, is favourite to succeed him.
Last weekend, Arsenal suffered an embarrassing 4-2 defeat to Championship club Nottingham Forest in an FA Cup tie.
And this has again rekindled calls for the former Monaco boss to leave the club.
It was also gathered that club chiefs are already weighing options for Wenger’s replacement and the Italian, who might also return to Stamford Bridge, is being touted to be the perfect man for the job.