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Sack Arteta? Maurizio Sarri remain the biggest Mikel Arteta possible replacement



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After a dissapointing campaign this season, with the gunners losing a champions league spot, Mikel Arteta might be sacked, even when he said he still has a lot to prove.

Maurizio Sarri, an experienced Serie A coach could be in line to take over coaching Arsenal.

The Italian tactician has been out of work since being given the boot by the Serie A giants Juventus last August – in spite of guiding the Old Lady to their 36th Scudetto.

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Sarri is understood to be eager to get back in the dugout next term, with Italian journalist Carlo Laudisa stating the 62-year-old could very well return to the English top-flight.

During an appearance on Radio Punto Nuovo, the Gazzetta dello Sport journalist said: “Sarri could go to England.

“The Tottenham solution being the most plausible, but the Arsenal bench could also become free, as [Mikel] Arteta has missed all the Gunners’ season goals.”

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Carlo’s claim that Maurizio could return to England comes in spite of reports the veteran coach is against the idea of taking his career abroad.

The former Napoli leader is reportedly concerned about upping sticks during the COVID-19 pandemic in case he is unable to return to his homeland.

He has had many achievements including coaching Chelsea to beat Arsenal 4-1 in the Europa League.

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If Sarri is indeed ready to manage the Gunners, he’ll no doubt be keeping tabs on developments at the club over the coming weeks.

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