Confession time: The title of this article is meant to grab your attention.
Because no one can truly replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal, and there is certainly no manager today who could possibly be as worthy of the position that the Frenchman has used to transform the very perception of the club since 1996.
Wenger is the last of the "Old Guard," and his puffy coat can never truly be filled.
But the end is surely relatively close for the 63-year-old. Thus, Arsenal would do well to consider replacements as soon as possible so that a smooth transition of power can be made, as is being done at Old Trafford in the wake of Sir Alex Ferguson's departure.
In the unlikely event that Wenger left his position today, here are five men who would be worthy of the position. Some are currently unavailable, but let us nevertheless analyze them in case of any future surprises.