Max Allegri & Arsenal: Odds crash as Luis Enrique is pushed out

Who’ll be the next Arsenal boss?

Arsene Wenger has just three Premier League matches left in charge of Arsenal.

On Sunday, on his final trip to Old Trafford as the Gunners boss, Man United beat Arsenal 2-1.

Arsenal’s remaining matches are against Burnley (h), Leicester (a) and Huddersfield (a).

It’s worth noting that Arsenal have lost every single away match in the Premier League in 2018.

Odds crash on Max Allegri

Max Allegri has emerged as the new favourite with Ladbrokes to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.

The bookies have slashed odds from 6/1 to just 5/2 over the weekend on the Juventus boss getting the job, meaning he’s now leapfrogged Luis Enrique (4/1) at the head of the market.

Brendan Rodgers (8/1) is now the only other name shorter than 10/1 for the job, with Carlo Ancelotti (10/1), Joachim Low (12/1) and Mikel Arteta (12/1) all being pushed out.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “It’s all change at the head of the Next Arsenal Manager market with Allegri now proving popular with punters.”

Arsenal manager tip: Max Allegri is 5/2 with Ladbrokes

Luis Enrique & Chelsea

The Sunday Times claimed this weekend that Luis Enrique is now closer to joining Chelsea than Arsenal.

According to the broadsheet, the Gunners have retreated from the former Roma and Barcelona coach for a couple of reasons.

Luis Enrique’s pay packet is one issue, while his ‘self-absorbed approach to management’ is the other big problem.

The Sunday Times also believed that Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri was the new frontrunner for the Gunners job.

Arsenal manager tip: Luis Enrique is 4/1 with Ladbrokes

Arsenal manager odds

Below are the latest odds in the race to succeed Arsene Wenger at Arsenal this summer.

Max Allegri – 5/2
Luis Enrique – 4/1
Brendan Rodgers – 8/1
Carlo Ancelotti – 10/1
Joachim Low – 12/1
Mikel Arteta – 12/1
Patrick Vieira – 12/1
Unai Emery – 12/1
Eddie Howe – 16/1/1
Antonio Conte – 20/1

Also see: How Arsenal & Liverpool can stop 4th-placed Spurs qualifying for the Champions League.

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