ARSENAL will struggle to find a manager with the loyalty to replace Arsene Wenger.
That’s the view of the Frenchman who is leaving Arsenal after 22 years in charge of the north Londoners.
Despite announcing that he will step down from the managerial role last month, the Gunners are yet to announce a replacement.
Former Arsenal stars Mikel Arteta and Thierry Henry are believed to be among the favorites while Luis Enrique and Massimiliano Allegri have also been mentioned.
Wenger saw Manchester United struggle following the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013 after 27 years in charge.
And the Frenchman believes it will be difficult to find someone as loyal as himself or Ferguson in the hunt for a new boss.
“My type of loyalty probably doesn’t exist anymore,” Wenger told the Guardian.
“Maybe the dinosaur I became was the last symbol of times that have changed.
“We are today in a society which is so quick to reject.
“There is no time to build, to construct, always this demand for results immediately. Maybe people wanted to manifest that too.”
Arsenal reportedly wants a new boss in place before the World Cup begins on June 14.
Arteta and Henry have never held senior managerial roles with the Frenchman currently preparing for the World Cup as assistant to the Belgium national team.
Arteta has spent the past two seasons as a coach under Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola.