Arsene Wenger’s job is as uncertain as it has ever been. Knocked out of the FA Cup by Watford, 11 points behind Leicester City in the Premier League title race and an impending defeat to Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League on the horizon.

With supporters now more than ever calling for a new man to step in, who should take the role?

In a simple poll, vote for your favourite to become Gunners boss.

Joachim Low

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The 56-year-old is proven at national and club level, most recently winning the World Cup in 2014 with Germany.

Diego Simeone

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The Argentinian has worked his magic at Atletico Madrid over the past few seasons, putting him amongst the best of the big bosses in the world.

Ronald Koeman

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The Dutchman is amongst the favourites for the job after doing such a fine job with Southampton.

Dennis Bergkamp

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Could the Arsenal legend be the man for the job? He’s never managed but is the assistant to Frank de Boer at Ajax and is well regarded by the north London side.

Frank de Boer

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Or could it be De Boer? He’s been hugely impressive thus far at the Dutch club and seemingly plays ‘the Arsenal way’.

Thomas Tuchel

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The Dortmund boss has put himself amongst the favourites after a hugely impressive stint with the German club.

It’ll be difficult to prise him away, however.

Steve Bould

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The ex-defender knows the club inside out and is Arsene Wenger’s right-hand man.

Thierry Henry

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Another ex-Gunner, Henry has never managed at the top level but having recently passed his coaching badges, has been tipped to manage the club one day.

Quique Sanchez Flores

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The Watford boss has been hugely impressive since coming up to the Premier League with the London club.

Ousted Wenger recently, could he take his job?

Manuel Pellegrini

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This one would be a surprise.

He’s due to leave Manchester City at the end of the season and is likely to go back to a managerial role at Spain but could the Arsenal board identify him as the best man for the job?