The knives are out for Arsene Wenger.
In what was another of Arsenal’s meek performances when it comes to crunch games, the Gunners went down 3-0 to Man City who barely got out of second gear.
City quickly snuffed out any chance of Arsenal getting into this game with a route one goal in the first half and a quick double in the second.
In the Sky Sports studio afterwards the main discussion point was whether Arsene Wenger can realistically continue in his role after a terrible week.
His side lost to Swedish village side Ostersunds at home on Thursday before barely putting up any fight against City today.
And when asked if he would like to be Arsenal manager, Thierry Henry’s response will fill Arsenal fans with optimism.
Although they know in their hearts of hearts that Wenger will never actually leave.
Jamie Redknapp suggested the club needs someone young, who knows the club and with fresh ideas claiming that Henry could be Arsenal’s answer to Pep Guardiola.
When pressed Henry said, “It would be a dream for me [to be Arsenal manager].
“Am I interested? Yes of course I am interested.”
What a picture that paints for Arsenal fans.
Can you imagine Henry developing Arsenal’s attack and crafting Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang into one of the world’s finest strikers in his own image?
All the while competing at the top of the Premier League and in Europe.
Sorry I got carried away there but by the noises of social media it is a move that would please a lot of the fans.