BRENDAN RODGERS has distanced himself from the Arsenal job - but former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino is said to be willing to consider a stunning switch across North London.
However, Arsenal will need to open their chequebook to attract a big name, with Freddie Ljungberg and Mikel Arteta leading the way if they choose a budget option instead.
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FORMER Arsenal defender Sol Campbell has backed a winding-up petition against League Two outfit Macclesfield Town.
Having guided Town to safety last season, Campbell is still owed £180,000 by the club.
The figure is among other debts owed by the cash-strapped side which have resulted in the club being taken to court.
Campbell, who is now manager of Southend, secured 36 points from 30 games to save the Silkmen from the drop before the pair parted ways in the summer.
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RUMOURED managerial target Carlo Ancelotti could be available for free after December 10, reports claim.
The Italian is said to be nearing the exit door at Napoli and could well be removed from his post after their final Champions League group game with Genk next week.
Should Arsenal opt to go for the former Chelsea boss, they would be able to secure his services on the cheap after he is sacked by Napoli.
The three-time Champions League winning boss is highly regarded at the Emirates Stadium and would bring a wealth of experience to the role.
He remains adamant, though, that he will be able to turn around Napoli's ailing fortunes and retain his job.
FREDDIE LJUNBERG failed to see eye-to-eye with ex-Arsenal manager Unai Emery over tactics that bored fans, according to reports.
The Swede was appointed as the Gunners interim coach last week following his predecessor Emery's dismissal last week.
Ljungberg was promoted to the Spaniard's No 2 this season after impressing with the club's Under-23s, with Arsenal's young players hailing his influence.
And the Athletic claim the 42-year-old privately conceded he did not agree with many of Emery’s tactical decisions.
Former Paris Saint-Germain boss Emery faced numerous criticisms from senior figures at Arsenal over his insistence on playing out from the back.
Fans held out signs reading: “No Tactics. No Formation. Nowhere to Hide”during the Spaniard's final game in charge.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan also declared that Emery's tactics were the reason for his lack of goals and assists during a short stint in north London.
WOLVES manager Nuno Espirito Santo has refused to rule out becoming the next Arsenal boss.
Nuno has emerged as one of 12 candidates on a shortlist to take over at the Emirates after Unai Emery was sacked last week and Arsenal legend Freddie Ljungberg was put in interim charge.
At his latest press conference Wolves boss Nuno would not be drawn on reports linking him with the Arsenal vacancy.
He said: “We live day by day. Specifically, I live hour by hour.
“I know what I have to do next and I still have a lot of work to do. I still have a contract and I live on a daily basis.
“For me, it's more important I focus on what I have to do today and how we prepare for the game [against West Ham].”