Patrick Vieira is the next Arsenal manager in the making

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A lot of people like to speculate about the next Arsenal manager, just like it was in the later stages of Sir Alex Ferguson's career at Manchester United.

Lots of big names have been thrown in the hat like Pep Guardiola, Carlo Ancelotti, Diego Simone or Jurgen Klopp.

Some Gunners fans have even thrown in the name of Club legend Thierry Henry. However the next Arsenal manager maybe another club legend in Patrick Vieira.

Vieira has been working as the director of the elite development squad at Manchester City for a few years now, where he has been undertaking the development of the youngsters.

Recently it has been announced that Vieira will be moving to Bayern Munich to take charge of their U23 squad. Guardiola will surely not be a bad coach at all to learn the trade from.

All this cannot stop me from thinking that when Wenger decides to call it time as Arsenal manager, Vieira would be the best placed to take charge of the team.

He is considered to be one of the greatest midfielders and one of the greatest captains to have ever worn the Red and White of the Gunners.

Fans love him and they still sing his name in the stadium. And above all is the fact that Vieira knows the club very well, where he has played his finest football in his prime.

He is aware of the Arsenal philosophy having been coached by Wenger for so long, and it is a mouthwatering thought to have the legendary club captain becomes the first-team manager one day.

Only time will tell if we will be able to see Patrick Vieira as an Arsenal Manager but rest assured that he is already on the right path.

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