This is the point of view of the legend of Arsenal, Ian Wright. Gazidis, who has been managing director since 2009, has been strongly linked to a trip to Serie A AC Milan. Milan is undergoing a reshuffle at the council level and has awarded the 53-year-old man as leading the club to long term. But Gazidis has just oversaw a year of major changes at Arsenal with the departure of Arsene Wenger and the arrival of Unai Emery. There were also several behind-the-scenes changes with Sanllehi and Mislintat joining both. They both have an exceptional reputation in football and have assisted Emery in signing five players this summer. And Wright believes that Sanllehi and Mislintat could potentially do Gazidi's job if they leave for a "new challenge", "said Express Sport:" I do not know why [he wants to leave]"Perhaps Ivan has reached a point where he is planning to oversee the era of Arsene Wenger.It is a little helped with the departure of Arsene Wenger.He helped bring the new guys into a new structure – Raul Sanllehi and Sven Mislintat. "So maybe he thinks someone like Sanllehi, who did it in Barcelona, and Mislintat, who did in Dortmund, maybe they can get in and do it. Perhaps he needs a new challenge. "Perhaps the challenge of Arsenal and what he did up to this point gave him the feeling of wanting a change, it could be something so simple." It would be disappointing to see him leave so quickly after all the change that happened "Would you like to see him maybe stay for a year and see the new guys inside and then maybe move" But he wants to do what he has to do and if he has an offer from AC Milan, where he feels he can do a job where he will give him the challenges he wants, then good luck to him. "Ian Wright spoke at the time of the launch of the Premier League interactive Watchface for TAG Heuer Connected Modular owners and the extension of the TAG partnership Heuer as official Premier League timekeeper The TAG Heuer Premier League watchface is available on Google Play for owners of Connected watches for free download.