It is now safe to say, after six trophyless seasons, that the Wenger project has well and truly failed.
Americans are not known for being satisfied with second best, and surely, Kroenke must have some big changes in mind. One of the steps that Kroenke could take, is to make Wenger change his philosophy.
However, going by recent statements made by Wenger indicate that this is unlikely to happen. So, will he sack Arsene Wenger? It is not entirely inconceivable.
When Stan Kroenke took over Colorado Rapids in 2005, the first thing he did was change the Chairman and Head Coach.
Of course, Wenger is more than a mere coach, but it should be noted that the new owner doesn't shy away from major overhauls.
Even if Wenger doesn't leave this summer, the question of his successor will be answered soon.
Pat Rice has decided to retire and the choice of Assistant Manager will provide a hint as to who will eventually manage Arsenal.
Lets have a look at potential successors (in no particular order).