Tag: Luis Enrique
Unai Emery is the 'clear favourite' to replace Arsene Wenger, according to new reports in the English media.
Mundo Deportivo report that Luis Enrique is not demanding £20m-a-year to manage at Chelsea or Arsenal despite media claims to the contrary.
Zeljko Buvac is still the bookies' favourite to take over from Arsene Wenger at the end of the season, despite interviewing to become Eintracht Frankfurt's new manager.
Arsenal are reportedly reluctant to pay their new manager the same amount as they gave to Arsene Wenger according to Sami Mokbel in Wednesday’s Daily Mail.
Arsenal senior executives consider Luis Enrique an 'inappropriate fit' for the club, and are turning to a number of others, including Maurizio Sarri, to replace Arsene Wenger.
Arsenal are only willing offer their new manager the £8.5m-per-year Arsene Wenger was already earning, which could price out the current favourite for the job, Luis Enrique.
Luis Enrique wants his new job to be somewhere he feels loved with a project that gets him excited.
All week it has been reported that Luis Enrique is Arsenal’s preferred candidate for the soon-to-be vacant manager’s job and that the Spaniard wants to join the club but now we’re back to him wanting to join Chelsea instead.
Arsenal have reportedly settled on Luis Enrique as their preferred candidate to replace Arsene Wenger but there are likely to be two sticking points before the club and Spaniard can find any agreement – and they both involve money.
Arsene Wenger once described favourite for the Arsenal job, Luis Enrique, as a manager who went from ‘idiot to hero’.
According to Thursday’s edition of L’Equipe, Arsenal have settled on Luis Enrique as their favourite to replace Arsene Wenger and talks with the Spaniard are advancing well.
Arsenal are reportedly confident they can land Luis Enrique ahead of Chelsea after the Blues baulked at the Spaniards wage demands, said to be in the region of £15m-a-year.
Arsenal's new head of football relations, Raul Sanllehi, will lead the club's search for a new manager, making Luis Enrique the favourite, according to reports.
The Arsenal board drew up a five-strong shortlist to send to Stan Kroenke in the event of Arsene Wenger's departure, according to reliable BBC journalist David Ornstein.
The main men charged with selecting a manager to replace Arsene Wenger cannot agree on who the best man for the job is, according to a report in today’s Daily Telegraph.
Arsenal are said to be in ‘pole position’ to land Luis Enrique this summer even though Arsene Wenger is most likely going to see out the final year of his contract.
Despite being heavily linked with the managerial job at Chelsea, Luis Enrique has not yet been tempted by any offers that have come his way.
Former Barcelona manager, Luis Enrique, is reportedly stalling Chelsea in the hopes that Arsenal come calling according to an exclusive in the Star on Sunday.
Raul Sanllehi is a ‘crucial’ cog in the Arsenal machine if they want to lure Luis Enrique to the club to replace Arsene Wenger this summer.
To say Arsenal are struggling under Arsene Wenger is a bit of an understatement, but if the club do decide to change manager, who could come in to replace him?
According to reports from Spain, Luis Enrique could become the next Arsenal manager, even though the ex-Barcelona boss is tipped to take over from Antonio Conte at Chelsea and Arsenal aren't ready to get rid of Arsene Wenger.
Arsenal could replace Arsene Wenger with Luis Enrique this summer and they have the advantage over Chelsea if they decide to do so, according to a report in Spain.
Imagine a scenario where Arsene Wenger was either sacked or resigned as Arsenal manager tomorrow.
Luis Enrique could become the new manager of Arsenal, and is already planning his first signing, according to reports.
Chelsea have made contacts with former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique, with Arsenal set to miss out on the Spaniard as a result.
Luis Enrique is waiting until the end of the season to return to management, with Arsenal and Chelsea reportedly interested.
Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger still has two years left on his current deal, but that hasn't stopped speculation over who could eventually replace him.
Arsene Wenger's reported successor at Arsenal, Jorge Sampoali, has been appointed manager of the Argentinean national team.
Speculation over Arsene Wenger's future intensifies with every defeat and with plenty of them in the games leading up to the international break, pressure is intensifying on the Frenchman whose reign at Arsenal stretches back two decades.
Arsene Wenger has called himself a ‘specialist in masochism,’ and has compared being a football manager to being a priest.
Luis Enrique has suggested six-month contracts would save money for clubs and could be the way forward, even helping both clubs and managers in...
Arsène Wenger's future is a hot talking point at the minute, so it's no wonder everyone will be asked for comments on the situation. That...
Luis Enrique looks very happy with himself, and why wouldn't he be? Barcelona are unbeaten in a club record 37 games and put six goals...
Luis Enrique has walked out his La Liga press conference after being asked about Arsene Wenger’s recent comments after their Champions League meeting. The reporter...
Barcelona manager, Luis Enrique, admitted during his press conference ahead of their match against us on Tuesday that Arsenal are capable of dominating games. Although...
Barcelona boss, Luis Enrique, aims to keep hold of the Champions League trophy when the Catalans visit north London on Tuesday. Speaking in his press...
With the visit of Barcelona under two weeks away, Arsenal fans would be forgiven for hoping the Catalan side were going through a patchy...