1. Eddie Howe
Eddie Howe as made 284 appearances as a player for Bournemouth and is currently coaching his second spell there. Bournemouth have enjoyed year-on-year progress since his arrival.
Howe has the premier league experience Arsenal need right now and bright future ahead. But his inexperience managing the high-profile stars would be a turn off for Arsenal.
Let’s see who Arsenal picks for the job. It will be surely hard to transit into post Arsene era for the club as it has been hard for Manchester United after Sir Alex Ferguson retired.