There’s nothing like an away defeat to Spurs to send Arsenal fans off the deep end and Carlo Ancelotti attending the North London derby didn’t help matters.

According to the Daily Mail in January, Ancelotti is in line to become the next Arsenal manager if and when Arsene Wenger decides to pack it in.

Most fans seem to be in agreement that the 58-year-old wouldn’t be a long-term solution. Theoretically, he would be someone to come in and keep Arsenal competitive while a manager for the future is found.

The former Chelsea boss has won the Serie A, Premier League, Ligue 1 and Bundesliga titles over the last 15 years, as well as the Champions League three times.

While some Arsenal fans aren’t crazy over the idea that Ancelotti could take over from Wenger because their management style is quite similar, most worked themselves up into a frenzy over the news that he was at Wembley on Saturday. You know, just casually watching Arsenal lose 1-0 in the North London derby and play as if we didn’t know what football was.

Does it means anything?

Wembley is a brilliant stadium and the NLD is a huge match in the fixture list. Of course Ancelotti could have just had some spare time on his hands and gone to watch the game. He is, after all, out of work at the moment. He was let go by Bayern Munich in September 2017.

That didn’t step most Arsenal fans dreaming and begging the Italian to help their club, which is pretty embarrassing.

Here’s what Twitter had to say: