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Arsene Wenger is now odds-on to leave Arsenal this summer

| 16.02.2017

Arsene Wenger is now 5/6 to not be in charge of Arsenal at the start of next season, according to the latest odds.

After the 5-1 hammering at Bayern Munich, the club have stated that a decision will be made on the Frenchman’s future at the end of the campaign.

Meanwhile, it’s now just 4/5 that the Gunners fail to land a top-four spot in the Premier League, while 7/2 says star men Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez both quit the Emirates this summer.

We’re also offering 25/1 that Wenger makes an appearance on Arsenal Fan TV this season, while 50/1 says he quits in the days following a shock Emirates FA Cup loss to Sutton United.

A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: “Arsenal’s implosion last night could be the death knell for Wenger’s reign in north London, and the Gunners are now odds-on to miss out on the top-four.”

Max Allegri leads the betting to be Wenger’s successor at 4/1, with Borussia Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel alongside Bournemouth coach Eddie Howe at 13/2.

Monaco manager Leonardi Jardim is 8/1 to swap the French Riviera for London, with Newcastle United’s Rafa Benitez also in contention at 10s.

Click here for the latest Arsenal specials and Next Arsenal Manager odds. 

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Arsenal specials

Wenger to be in charge for first game of 17/18 season – Yes 5/6 – No 5/6

Arsenal to miss out on top four this season – 4/5

Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez to leave in 2017 summer transfer window – 7/2

Wenger to appear on Arsenal Fan TV this season – 25/1

Sutton United win and Wenger to leave before next league game – 50/1

Next permanent Arsenal manager

M.Allegri – 4/1

T.Tuchel – 13/2

E.Howe – 13/2

L.Jardim – 8/1

R.Schmidt – 10/1

R.Benitez – 10/1

J.Low – 12/1

L.Enrique – 12/1

P.Vieira – 16/1

D.Simeone – 16/1

L.Blanc – 16/1

R.Hasenhuttl – 20/1

C.Ancelotti – 25/1

J.Nagelsmann –33/1

R.Koeman – 33/1

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.