MLS deputy Commissioner Ivan Gazidis is the latest target in Arsenal's long search for a new chief executive, writes Charles Sale, quoting no sources whatsoever.
Sale does point out, however, that Gazidis already turned down an approach from Manchester City for the same position because he did not want to relocate from Connecticut to England.
"Hapless headhunters Spencer Stuart have also tried to lure Post Office boss Adam Crozier, the former FA chief executive, to the Emirates Stadium without success in their second campaign to fill the prestigious post," writes Sale. The search is now seven months old. Hasn't Arsenal heard that Alexi Lalas is free right now?