Calls for Wenger to step down as Arsenal boss was heightened on Sunday following his sidea��s 2-1 loss to Brighton. It was their fourth straight loss in all competitions.
For Allardyce, he has come under criticism after Evertona��s recent 2-1 league defeat to Burnley on Saturday. Last Saturday, they lost 1-0 away to Watford.
According to Daily Star, Toffees owner and Iranian billionaire Farhad Moshiri believes Wenger a�?is the ideal candidate to revive the Merseyside cluba��s fortunes.
Moshiri previously co-owned a 15 percent stake in Arsenal with Alisher Usmanov, and is expected to make his move in the summer.
And when questioned about his future following Arsenala��s recent defeat to Brighton, Wenger replied: a�?I dona��t want to talk about my future. At the moment, my future is not my main worry.
a�?My worry is to get Arsenal winning football games. Then wea��ll see where we go from there. Ia��ll try and give my best as long as I am here.a�?