Wenger confirmed on Friday that he is set to leave Arsenal at the end of the season, despite still having a year left on his contract, and inevitable speculation on who will be the next Gunners boss has followed, with Nice boss Favre one of their top targets.
The Frenchman will leave the club after the current season, ending a 22-year reign during which he lifted 17 trophies.
Betway's Alan Alger, said: "Despite being constantly linked with Chelsea over the past few months, Luis Enrique is the one that everyone's been backing for the Arsenal job over the weekend and he's now our clear favourite to take over from Arsene Wenger".
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"But I believe this club is respected all over the world, much more than in England".
"Our fans did not give the image of unity I want at the club all over the world".
"The biggest compliment I always had when I used to play for Arsenal was people telling me "we like the way you play", it was never "you won this, you won that, you stayed unbeaten".
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A man now working as an assistant to Roberto Martinez with the Belgium national side is, however, reluctant to make his interest official, telling Sky Sports: "I'm not in or out!" I just feel if my personality is in the way of what I think our club is, that is more important to me.
"That is all I want to say".
The former Gunners midfielder talks of the possibility of a "younger" manager being given a try but you would anticipate that Arsenal fans would only accept somebody with an impressive CV already behind them.
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