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Arsene Wenger would be a 'great' manager to replace Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea, according to ex-Arsenal goalkeeper David Seaman.
Chelsea are reportedly worried about the team's performances and recent results, which includes a six-nil thrashing against Manchester City not to mention being dumped out of the FA Cup by Manchester United.
Chelsea's latest defeat heaped mounting scrutiny on Sarri who's in danger of losing his job.
It's believed Chelsea are eyeing up replacements with Seaman putting forward Wenger's name.
"Yes," Seaman said when asked whether Wenger should be the next Chelsea gaffer. "There looks like there could be a vacancy there [at Chelsea] quite soon depending on the next three games.
"He'd be great there and he'd be great anywhere because he's a fantastic manager."
Seaman added: "He always said that he wouldn't come back to the Premier League because of his love for Arsenal.
"He said it wouldn't feel right competing against Arsenal, but time is a healer and he probably now thinks 'I want to go back there to prove a few people wrong'.
"For me he got the rough end of the stick in his last few years at Arsenal and he got a lot of criticism which wasn't deserved.
"I would love to see him back but I don't think it'd happen."
The 69-year-old called time on his Arsenal career at the end of last season and revealed his "future is unknown" regarding a return to management.
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