Carlo Ancelotti, one of Arsenal's leading candidates to succeed Arsene Wenger as Gunners boss at the end of the season, has been offered the vacant role of head coach of the Italian national side, according to a report from the Sun.
Amid deep fan unrest at the Emirates, Wenger announced his resignation as Arsenal boss last week, bringing
Ancelotti is one of many names to be linked with the soon-to-be vacant position in north London, and the report claims that the Italian tactician is a preferred candidate.
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The Azzurri, on the other hand, have been without a manager since they sacked G
The former Real Madrid boss is yet to accept the offer and suggested only last month that he would prefer to manage a club team.
Asked whether he would be Italy's next manager, Ancelotti replied, as quoted by the Sun