This summer, there is a vast amount of managerial talent available, more than we are likely to see for years to come. The main two being Carlo Ancelotti and Jurgen Klopp.
The world knew that Jurgen Klopp would become available at the end of the season after announcing in April of this year that he would be ending his seven year tenure at Borussia Dortmund.
Ancelotti has been on the market for a shorted period after being let go by Real Madrid in May, however he has announced that he will be taking a year off to undergo surgery.
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With Ancelotti taking a year off for surgery, I think this gives Arsenal an amazing opportunity to give Wenger one last season and after his contract expires, finally give him the place on the board that he so richly deserves. Then offer the job to Ancelotti.
As for Klopp, he has said that he is one phone call away from managing in England, after admitting that he is growing restless sitting at home.
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This will attract the attentions of Liverpool and Manchester City fans after portions of these clubs fan bases grow continually restless with their current managers.
Klopp has also been linked with a move to Arsenal and I feel that he would be a great fit at the club as he is a very loyal manager.
He stayed at Mainz for his entire playing career, and then going on to spend a further seven years managing them before moving on to Dortmund.
However, as I've already said I think that Wenger deserves one final season at Arsenal, giving him one last shot at winning the title before he steps down and taking a place on the board.
I also feel that both Rodgers and Pellegrini both deserve another season, but if one was to go, I feel like it would be Rodgers.
He has had three seasons with varying degrees of success, finishing in seventh in his first season in charge, second in his second season, and sixth in his third season.
He became the first Liverpool manager since the 1950's to fail to win a trophy in his first three seasons.
I feel that Klopp would also be a good fit for Liverpool. He would bring a good playing style as well as a lot of passion and loyalty.
I also feel that with Klopp at the helm, Liverpool could reach the levels that they have failed to reach over the last few years, and maybe win a few trophies. Becoming a fantastically successful club once more.
For teams lower down the Premier League, Nigel Pearson has just become available after his sacking from Leicester. This would be a great chance for any team in the bottom half of the table to get a talented manager.