Highly qualified Carlo Ancelotti may not be the best fit for Arsenal.
Carlo Ancelotti is probably the most successful manager on most peoples list of targets. However, his recent managerial roles haven’t been the most appealing.
Carlo Ancelotti has won the league in at least three countries and has won the Champions League with Real Madrid and AC Milan. He would come with a winning edge and experience that could transform Arsenal’s season.
Ancelotti has also managed some of the best stars in the game. These include Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandoski so he is probably well placed to fix the current dressing room at Arsenal.
Ancelotti also has experience of winning in England having won the Premier League, FA Cup and Comunity Shield at Chelsea.
Carlo Ancelotti is one of the best managers around and probably an ideal candidate for Arsenal, but his recent struggles as manager of Napoli may just mean that he no longer has the Midas touch he once had.
He also struggled at the end of his management stint at Bayern Munich. His current situation at Napoli is similar to the dressing room unrest that seems to be boiling at Arsenal.
The 60-year-old may have come to a stage where he is struggling to evolve with the modern game.
It is highly unlikely that he would be someone that would remain at Arsenal on a long term basis.
This is the thirteenth in a series of articles that I will be doing and all words are my own perception and opinion.