Arsenal has begun the search for a new manager after they fired Unai Emery last week.
The Gunners have put Freddie Ljungberg in temporary charge, but the Swede will not be there for long as they have already begun making plans for a new manager.
Reports from Mirror Sports claims that the Gunners have made a list of 12 managers who could fill the spot left by Emery.
The list includes the likes of Mikel Arteta, Brendan Rodgers, and Mauricio Pochettino.
Arteta was one of the leading candidates to land the job prior to Emery but the Gunners decided to go for a more experienced manager and named Emery.
Other targets include Max Allegri and Nuno Espirito Santo, although the report claims there are no clear favourites at the moment.
Pochettino has just left Arsenal’s biggest rivals Tottenham and he has admitted that he is ready to get back into the hot seat.
He would be a major coup, but his affiliation with Spurs may see the Argentinean turn down the Gunners.
Brendan Rodgers has recently admitted that he has a release clause on his current deal, but it would be tough for the former Liverpool boss to leave high-flying Leicester City and become the next Arsenal boss.