AI shows how every Premier League manager would look in GTA 6, the results are incredible
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AI has created what every Premier League manager would look like in Grand Theft Auto 6 following Rockstar Games' announcement about the next game in their hit franchise.
Rockstar president Sam Houser confirmed on Wednesday afternoon that a trailer for the next Grand Theft Auto will premiere in December, in line with the series' 25th anniversary.
Few video games have entered the mainstream quite like GTA. It's been 10 years since the last instalment, and the internet is already rife with rumours regarding who'll appear.
We decided to look at what each Premier League manager would look like if you plopped them in the middle of Vice City or Liberty City using AI tool Midjourney. The results are as incredible as you'd imagine.
Mikel Arteta (Arsenal):
If this guy ranted about VAR, you'd be listening to him. Look at them guns. At least Arteta's still wearing red to stay loyal to the Gunners.
Unai Emery (Aston Villa):
Sleek and sophisticated has always been Emery's look. He won't abandon that anytime soon. Maybe a splash of colour would help him stand out.
Andoni Iraola (Bournemouth):
The Cherries boss has several looks to help blend in. A fondness for motorbikes is easy to see. We all wish we could rock a leather jacket that well.
Thomas Frank (Brentford):
Thomas Frank has major James Bond villain vibes in the top left picture. He'd be perfect for a mission you have to go undercover in.
Roberto De Zerbi (Brighton & Hove Albion):
Now we're talking. Roberto De Zerbi has swapped the barbers for the tattoo parlour. You'll see him cruising around Los Santos, blasting West Coast Classics.
Vincent Kompany (Burnley):
Despite being Burnley's manager, Vincent Kompany has abandoned the Clarets and gone for the blue of former side Manchester City. It's as heartbreaking as CJ's betrayal in San Andreas.
Mauricio Pochettino (Chelsea):
Pochettino looks like a man who can get a job done. No questions asked. Chelsea supporters will be hoping the same thing.
Roy Hodgson (Crystal Palace):
If you thought Hodgson's age rules him out, think again. The 76-year-old knows what it takes to make it in this game. He's seen off some of the best. Will judge the strength of your handshake.
Sean Dyche (Everton):
Dyche is the FBI detective on your tail. The Toffees gaffer does whatever it takes, even if it means getting his hands dirty. Zero chance he's blasting out 'West End Girls' on Non-Stop Pop FM.
Marco Silva (Fulham):
If that bottom left picture doesn't tell you what Silva's vibe is, we don't know what we can do for you.
Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool):
Klopp won't abandon his Liverpool merchandise or that cap, even after touching down in America. You have to admire the loyalty, although it makes lying low tough.
Rob Edwards (Luton Town):
Luton are getting to grips with life in the Premier League but the flash lifestyle looks to come naturally to Rob Edwards. We'd rather have a day out to Kenilworth Road than Vice City.
Pep Guardiola (Manchester City):
Guardiola will be inspired to get some ink and appears to be a mechanic, going off the loose tyre in the bottom right. He doesn't strike us as the kind who'd like a trip to Los Santos Customs.
Erik ten Hag (Manchester United):
Ten Hag's got a steely gaze and thing for yellow cars. It'd be bold if he turned up on the Old Trafford touchline wearing sunglasses.
Eddie Howe (Newcastle United):
Probably the least likely to appear in Grand Theft Auto. Maybe in a side-mission as an innocent bystander.
Steve Cooper (Nottingham Forest):
Leaving the City Ground has given Cooper a new lease of life. Is trying as much as possible, almost like Forest's transfer strategy.
Paul Heckingbottom (Sheffield United):
This looks like advertising material for an ITV drama your mum will watch and proclaim to be the best thing ever.
Ange Postecoglou (Tottenham Hotspur):
Postecoglou is the Premier League's most popular manager right now and he's looking suave. The Tottenham faithful will be hoping their season doesn't crash and burn like his car.
David Moyes (West Ham United):
Moyes is definitely the hardest man in town and has no interest in getting to know you. It'll take a heroic feat to win him over.
Gary O'Neil: (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
The Wolves man looks like he's part of a crossover with Saints Row. Look at all that purple.
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