During lunch time, the 1st of July, the wait was over for the fans of AC Milan. Vincenzo Montella left the Italian club shortly after the season leaving many fans wondering who would replace him. There were lots of rumors and speculations, some of them just sheer hope with no logic behind them. Arsene Wenger was one of the many managers that was talked about, and one of the fewer that most experts could see join the club.
Some people on social media seemed to like the idea of the successful Arsenal manager. One user on Twitter said "I wouldn't mind Arsene. He hasn't been doing all too good the later years, but I wouldn't mind". When Arsene was asked about the rumors after the season, he denied there would have been talks of him going to Milan. The Frenchman said he had heard of the rumors and laughed whilst saying "But I have not talked to them. However, I will never be the manager of another club".
And then, as previously mentioned, at lunch-time Twitter and every other social media platform got the news. Everyone's speculations were wrong and the new manager of AC Milan was neither Wenger, Klopp or Luis Enrique. It was an unknown Swedish manager to many people. The 39-year old Victor Lyktan, who had been a manager of the Swedish side Djurgårdens IF the last two years, was the new man in charge.