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Arteta's Arsenal credentials talked up by Cahill ahead of Wenger successor call

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The previous Gunners captain, who is presently a mentor at Manchester City, is among the main contenders to acquire the administrative reins at Emirates Stadium
Mikel Arteta has "earned the right" to be considered for the Arsenal work, says Tim Cahill, with the Gunners savvy to look to previous saints for help following Arsene Wenger's takeoff. 

Following 22 years of soundness in the burrow, those at Emirates Stadium wind up in the abnormal position of recruiting another chief. 

Cahill trusts a man he spent numerous years playing close by at Everton is prepared to end up a manager, with the 36-year-old fit for building his own particular line in north London in the event that he gets the vital help. 

He disclosed to beIN Sports on Arteta's qualifications: "I think the best thing for him is that he's out there taking in his exchange, he is out there putting in the hours that check. 

"He's considering it so important inside himself, he has extraordinary pride and comprehension of the diversion; the strategies and the learning. 

"His identity working for and working with now is most likely one of the most grounded set-ups on the planet and presumably a standout amongst other chiefs on the planet. 

"So when you discuss somebody like Mikel coming into a club like Arsenal who he's as of now been a piece of, definitely knows the foundation, definitely comprehends what it's about - incorporating Thierry [Henry] in this too - he's not somebody you would not put in the edge. 

"We should put understanding and the majority of this away, nobody is stating he will be the main or number two yet they can assemble something uncommon with their ex players that affection the club. Perhaps get somebody with encounter alongside them.
"The bit of the perplex accompanies what the gathering of instructing staff will be and that is the mystery for best supervisors around the globe, what Pep has assembled or Jose Mourinho - those sorts of directors. 

"Would he be able to do it? I'll never say he can't do it. On the off chance that the open door emerges then it's unquestionably something for him as a person to take a gander at in light of the fact that he's earned that right." 

Arteta put in five years with Arsenal in the vicinity of 2011 and 2016 preceding hanging up his boots and joining Guardiola at the Etihad Stadium.

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