- France (National Team):
The French squad was unlucky to not win the Euros a couple of years back and with the squad they have they would be inching to achieve success in the World Cup. Didier Deschamps has to do well in Russia this year if he is to keep his place. With a lot of brilliant young talents at France’s disposal, an experienced character is needed to manage them if Deschamps fails and who better than Arsene Wenger when it comes to handle French players.
- Chinese Super League:
The Chinese Super League has lately managed to attract a lot of world class players and gained attention. With the recent addition of Yannick Carrasco and Nicolas Gaitan, the league is only getting stronger with time. It is very likely that they will target more experienced and world class managers next to improve the quality of the league and in that case, Arsene Wenger is a very likely candidate to bring in.
- Major League Soccer:
Alike the Chinese Super League, Major League soccer too has managed to improve its quality by bringing in a number of world Class European players and managers. The recent addition of Zlatan Ibrahimovic has only made the MLS more popular. With the money invested in the league and the stardom it already has, it will be no surprise if Arsene Wenger is attracted by the MLS. Although it is something we don’t expect that will happen but it is a possibility.
- Nagoya Grampus:
Arsene Wenger used to manage in the Japanese Premier League before he decided to become the manager of Arsenal. It was one of the most exciting leagues in the 1990s where it would attract a lot of competition. It was Nagoya Grampus Wenger used to manage in the Japanese league and given how the league has lost its charm and attraction courtesy the improvement in the Chinese League, it would make sense in trying to lure Arsene Wenger back to Japan. It is a possibility but the chances of it happening are slim.
It is very likely that Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri will be leaving Turin at the end of the season. Allegri is linked to manage either Arsenal or Chelsea next season with PSG also a likely destination. In any case, Juventus will be hunting for a new manager and Arsene Wenger would look like a very good option. With the squad Juventus have, Wenger would be more than happy to manage the Old Lady but it all depends on what Wenger wants at the end of the season.