Former Liverpool midfielder Graeme Souness doubts that a “big manager” like Carlo Ancelotti would accept the Arsenal job.
The permanent managers job at the Emirates Stadium is vacant after Unai Emery was replaced in late November by current interim boss Freddie Ljungberg.
Ancelotti was one of the names immediately linked with the role and rumours are again rife now that he has been sacked as Napoli boss.
However, Sounesss thinks it’s currently a “difficult job” at Arsenal and he isn’t convinced the top managers will go near it.
“Would the big [managers] take Arsenal at the moment? I’m not so sure,” Souness told Virgin Media Sport.
“I don’t think the next man at Arsenal is going to be the one to turn the corner for them. I think there’s a lot of work to be done there, especially with those players.
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“I think [Ancelotti] is a big manager and if you look at the jobs he’s had – Real Madrid, PSG, Chelsea – you know Arsenal are a fabulous club, but right now it’s a difficult job, whoever gets it.”