Could it really happen? While Arsene Wenger still retains the faith of majority, but there is also a growing resentment among the fans that want him to be sacked.
The Frenchman, who has been the epitome of what Arsenal is today, is in danger of losing his job, apparently, with reports suggesting club legend Thierry Henry to take over at the Emirates hot-seat.
Wenger’s job has come under scrutiny after Arsenal suffered a shock 3-1 defeat at home against Monaco in the Champions League, which leaves their European hopes hanging by threads ahead of the second leg.
Although Arsenal could likely finish in top four, but failing to finish the season empty handed could ultimately lead to his demise.
Reports from Daily Mail suggest that Josh Kroenke, the son of majority share holder Stan Kroenke, has taken more responsibility at the club and he would likey to replace Wenger next season.
Wenger has two more years left on his contract but the Mail understands that Henry is in the line to become the next Arsenal manager.
Henry, the leading top scorer at the club, and part of the invincible side, admitted recently that managing Arsenal would be a dream for him.
Arsenal sitting fourth in the Premier League face Everton at the Emirates on Sunday afternoon.