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Arsene Wenger under pressure as Arsenal legend open to emotional return to North London club

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Former Arsenal player Patrick Vieira has said he’d be open to replacing Gunners manager Arsene Wenger in the future, though claimed he was in no hurry.

New York manager keen on Arsenal return

The former midfielder, currently manager of New York City FC, has been tagged for a bright future in coaching and would surely be a famous appointment at the Emirates.

Vieira is labelled as one of the Gunners finest ever players and skippers in a very successful career at the North London club between 1996 and 2005 seasons.

Meanwhile, manager Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal future is under severe scrutiny after another bad season that sees them depending on winning the UEFA Europa League to have a hope of making it back into the UEFA Champions League for next campaign.

Fans want managerial change

Arsenal faithfuls are crying out for a managerial change at the club, and many supporters would undoubtedly love to see a club legend in the figure of Vieira get the opportunity.

Vieira, 41, distanced himself from the role anytime soon, but would not completely rule out an interest in the managerial position in the nearest future.

According to Metro, the Frenchman said he cannot say anything further because there is nothing more to say about the issue and claimed he does not want to cause further harm to Arsene Wenger, whom he adores.

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Premier League Transfer News Update: Ozil, Morata, Paquet, Martial, Ramsey

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Though the transfer market is currently closed, clubs are being linked with some players ahead of the upcoming winter transfer window.

Here are some players making headlines in the transfer media.

Mesut Ozil and Anthony Martial could be engaged in a swap deal

Manchester United are reportedly set to offer want-away striker Anthony Martial plus cash to Arsenal so as to receive Mesut Ozil in return.

According to Daily Mirror, Mourinho is willing to reunite with the retired Germany international at Old Trafford and he’s ready to do everything to see that happen in January.

Arsenal target Brazilian Lucas Paquette despite United’s interest

Le10 Sports are reporting that United and Arsenal are set to compete for Brazilian playmaker Lucas Paquette, who has two caps for the Selecao. The youngster is valued at £44m by Flamengo but it’s yet to be seen if both clubs are ready to spend big on his signature.

West Ham target Chelsea striker

Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata could be joining the Hammers in January as Manuel Pellegrini is hoping to lure the Spaniard to the Bet365 Stadium.

The former Manchester City manager hasn’t hit the ground running with the team after five round of matches this season and he’s looking to bolster his team’s attacking prowess in the second half of the season.

Ramsey’s uncertain future

Arsenal are yet to convince the Welshman to commit his future to the Emirates stadium, despite all their efforts to see that happen before the end of this month.

Though talks are still ongoing but the Express claims both parties are not having a smooth talk as many would have wanted.

Pirlo sees nothing stopping Pogba’s return to Juventus

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Shake up at Arsenal not over with latest move

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The shake up at Arsenal seem to be far from being over with latest development currently being reported at the club.

According to sportspromedia.com, the new plan which will see a new development at the Emirates Stadium will have the club establish a new private members’ club named The Avenell Club.

The club is to be named after the road of former stadium, Highbury.

The plans will make the second phase of the redevelopment of Club Level – the club’s premium area for club supporters.

In a bid to make the fans more comfortable, the features of the new club include panoramic views of the pitch, as well as a live-action chef station and a feature cocktail bar, with work set to begin in summer 2019.

Meanwhile, the Champions Bar and The Highbury Suite, which have been in existence will see some renovations in the summer to improve the hospitality experience for fans.

This is coming after Arsenal made some shakeups in the summer by doing away with former manager, Arsene Wenger.

His exit brought a new era of Unai Emery who is currently in charge.

It was followed by the departure of chief executive, Ivan Gazidis to AC Milan.

Liverpool fans to travel an extra 160 miles to watch the game against Napoli

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Emery gives Leno big hint ahead of Europa encounter

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After many days of waiting, new Arsenal recruit might finally be in the pole when Arsenal file out against Vorskla Poltava in the Europa game.

The goalkeeper who came in the summer with the prospect of beating the competition from Petr Cech and emerging as the first team goalkeeper but that did not happen as he did not get the nod from Spanish manager, Unai Emery in the Premier League.

Howbeit, tonight’s Europa game could be the opportunity for Arsenal fans to see their new stopper who had arrived Bayer Leverkusen in the summer.

Emery has however given the player a big hint of becoming the first team goalkeeper even in the Premier League.

According to the former PSG manager, the culture of the sharing formula for goalkeepers in which one takes the league and the other takes European competition does not apply as he seeks to make do of the best.

He hints that should Leno ceases the opportunity to produce a good display, he will oust the former Chelsea keeper as his first choice.

Emery noted that his selection is strictly based on performance and nothing more.

Cech has been criticized for his several blunders in the league but that has not been enough for Emery to have a change of mind on him.

Update! Why Mourinho was only wasting his time, Alderweireld

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