Emery hints at how long he wants to remain at Arsenal
New Arsenal manager, Unai Emery has hinted on how long he wants to stay with his new employers, six weeks after taking charge.
Emery arrived from French side, PSG in the summer and has had a pretty good start with four wins and two defeats in the Premier League and also a massive win in the Europa League.
However, the Spanish manager has admitted that he his enjoining life in London and at the Emirates Stadium.
He, therefore, hinted that he will like to stay for longer years at the club in order to achieve his aim.
The manager stated that there are still many games to be played but noted that he “hope many years” will be available for him at the club to ensure he continues improving his experience and knowledge at the club.
He noted that so far, he has had it good with his employers and also the commitment earned from the players.
However, pundits had earlier argued that no manager will ever last as long as former manager Arsene Wenger with the North London side.
Wenger remains the longest-serving manager in the history of the club with 22 years reign, having joined in 1996 and left at the summer in 2018.