While some Arsenal fans would be happy to see Arsene Wenger step down or be sacked from his role as the manager, and others still firmly believe that the Frenchman is the best man for the job and should carry on at the Arsenal helm as long as he is willing, the choice is not ours and it is likely to be a joint decision by the club and Wenger himself as to when his managerial reign comes to an end.
But knowing his attention to detail and how much he is involved in all the big decisions at Arsenal, you would think that Wenger would have a big say in who takes charge after him and I would also think that there have already been talks behind the scenes and maybe even some moves made about recruiting his successor.
There has been a lot of debate among us fans as well, with names like Klopp, Guardiola and many more being put forward. Here is another, Carlo Ancelotti. The Italian is vastly experienced and has a great history of success, including a spell in the Premier League with Chelsea.
He is not a shouter either, but is more of a Wenger type of manager and that would help the transition. He is also a free agent right now after leaving Real Madrid and deciding to use the time to have an operation on a niggling back problem.
I am not just picking his name out randomly either, because a report in The Mirror has revealed that Ancelotti has already been sounded out by our Premier League rivals Liverpool and despite previously saying that they are a great club, he has apparently said no.
Could this be because Ancelotti already has his next job line up in north London?