Patrick Vieira is bookies favourite to replace Arsene Wenger as Arsenal boss

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is to leave the club it has been announced on Friday morning. Picture: St

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is to leave the club it has been announced on Friday morning. Picture: Steven Paston/PA - Credit: PA Wire/PA Images

Arsene Wenger has announced he will be leaving Arsenal at the end of the season. Read on to find out who the bookies think will be the next manager of the North London giants.

Arsene Wenger is to leave Arsenal at the end of the season. Here are the latest odds on who cold tak

Arsene Wenger is to leave Arsenal at the end of the season. Here are the latest odds on who cold take over. Credit: Oddschecker - Credit: Archant

Former Arsenal midfield legend Patrick Vieria is being touted as the next possible Arsenal manager after some bookmakers offered prices as low as 2-1.

A number of bookies have immediately installed the Invincibles star as the man to lead the Gunners after Wenger and the club announced his departure from the club on Friday morning.

According to the latest odds former Borussia Dortmund manager is second favourite at 6-1, with Brendan Rodgers prices fluctuating from between 9-2 to sevens.

German international boss Joachim Loew is next at eights with Juventus boss Massimo Allegri and former Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti at 10-1.


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Diego Simeone, the boss of Arsenal’s next opponents in the Europa League, Atletico Madrid is priced at between 14-1 to 20-1.

Another Arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp is 33-1 while former defender Gio van Bronckhorst is also at 33-1.

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Burnley boss Sean Dyche is between 25-1 and 40-1 with Jens Lehman at 50-1.

See the Islington Gazette for our comprehensive coverage of the news Arsene Wenger is to leave the club and follow Arsenal reporter Layth @laythy29 for updates from Ivan Gazidis press conference at the Emirates later.

For more on the latest odds visit oddschecker.com.

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