It has been almost three weeks since Arsenal announced the departure of their chief executive Ivan Gazidis to AC Milan, which will be completed by December 2018. Having already appointed Raul Sanllehi as head of football and Vinai Venkatesham as managing director, it seems like the club will neither appoint
The last 12 months have seen Arsenal endure a series of changes which have completely transformed the complexion of the club as we knew it. From backroom staff to manager, when you step back and look at it in total the scale of what has gone on has been quite
The situation at Arsenal is like reading the pages of an elaborate thriller.
Firstly, at Arsenal there is the dominant French manager who is reluctant to give up his control at the club. Secondly, there is a conniving American owner who wants to buy out a stubborn Russian shareholder. Thirdly, there
Raul Sanllehi is now the head of football of relations after the official departure of Ivan Gazidis who is heading to Italy. He will be handed the keys to the Emirates and his decade long experience at Camp Nou will be a huge factor in the important decisions that need
Arsenal have finally made an official announcement regarding the future of its chief executive Ivan Gazidis, and it is not what the fans of the London club would have hoped for. It has been made clear by the club that the 53-year-old Gazidis will leave his post at the Premier League club
Arsenal Chief Executive Officer Ivan Gazidis has officially resigned after spending a decade at the club to join Serie A giants AC Milan in a similar role commencing from December.
The North London outfit have also confirmed that Gazidis will be replaced by Head of Football Relations Raul Sanllehi and Chief Commercial
Arsenal CEO, Ivan Gazidis is rumoured to be on AC Milan’s wanted list, but this has already been dispelled as fantasy from inside the club.
In July, Chairman Sir Chips Keswick, who sounds like a character from a Dickens novel said,
Not by Arsenal fans though, Kesqick!
The fact is that when Arsene
It was never a secret that AC Milan were after the services of Arsenal CEO Ivan Gazidis for the entire summer transfer window.
But to the respite of the Gunners, Gazidis did not join the Italian side in the summer, and has yet to make a decision regarding his future, whether
Ivan Gazidis, the Chief Executive of Arsenal Football Club is rumored to leave the North-London side after an 8-year stint. Earlier this week, Gazidis was offered to be the next executive director of AC Milan. However, him leaving Arsenal for AC Milan would leave a huge leadership hole.Ivan Gazidis is
Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis may be about to leave the club for AC Milan just months after the departure of Arsène Wenger.
From a Milan perspective, it makes a lot of sense. American hedge fund Elliott Management have completed a takeover at the club after former owner Li Yonghong failed