Arsenal’s number of candidates to replace Arsene Wenger has now been extended to seven.
The Sun claim Belgium assistant and Gunners legend Thierry Henry, ex-Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti and Shaktar Donetsk manager Paula Fonseca are now among the names being considered for the manager’s role.
It was reported on Monday night that Arsenal were looking at four men: Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers, Germany national team coach Joachim Low, Monaco manager Leonardo Jardim and Manchester City assistant Mikel Arteta.
Surprisingly, former Barcelona boss Luis Enrique hasn’t been mentioned in any recent reports.
Despite having 18 months to run on his contract, Wenger’s future is beginning to look bleak following Arsenal’s embarrassing Carabao Cup final loss to Manchester City.
The Gunners look set to miss out on a top-four finish and face a tricky Europa League last-16 tie against AC Milan.