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Premier League: Arsenal’s managerial war between three candidates to grows pressure on Unai Emery

The pressure is starting to grow on Unai Emery and despite the Arsenal boss being pleased that his job is not under threat, assumption continues to link some big names to the Emirates. Football fans can get Premier League Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Arsenal has won just two of their past nine games in the Premier League and fans are starting to turn on Unai Emery. Here we take a closer look at each manager and weigh up the pros and cons of Arsenal.

Jose Mourinho

Arsenal fans need no overview where Mourinho is troubled, having watched their team come up against his Chelsea and Manchester United sides over the years. The Portuguese is an outspoken and often provocative character and even once conflicted with the relatively mild Arsene Wenger.

Arsenal actively considering Mourinho as manager

In terms of the pros, Mourinho knows the Premier League like the back of his hand and has a good hold of what’s required to be successful in the league. He’s a born winner with a scorching desire to win silverware and will be looking to taste wonderful as quickly as he can.

In terms of the cons, the Portuguese like to spend big to achieve his goals, which could be a problem at Arsenal given the club’s absence of financial firepower compared to the rest of the Big Six.

Mikel Arteta

The Spaniard played for the club from 2011 to 2016 before going into coaching and joining Pep Guardiola’s staff at Manchester City where he has helped the team to two titles.

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In terms of the pros, Mikel Artetaknows the club. He knows the staff, the players and the philosophy of the club. He’s had great training under Guardiola at Manchester City and has seen first-hand what it takes to turn a top-four team into one of the world’s best. Mikel Artetawould also pleasure having the opportunity to manage Arsenal and could have a Frank Lampard effect by uniting the team.

In terms of the cons, Mikel Artetahas no experience in management let alone at a club the size and figure of Arsenal. It would be a big risk for the board to remove Emery a man with an impressive trophy cabinet and replace him with someone unproven.

Massimiliano Allegri

Arsenal supporters will know less about Allegri than the other two candidates but will have heard of his name, however. Allegri subject Italian football with Juventus for five straight seasons before going on a sabbatical. He’s ready to return to the game and has apparently been learning to speak English in training of getting a job in the Premier League.

In terms of the pros, Allegri is a proven manager at the highest level. He won six Serie A titles one with AC Milan and knows closely what it takes to instill engaging style and manage the best players in the world. In terms of the cons, Allegri has no experience managing in the Premier League.

Like Emery, Allegri has won trophies on the continent, but whether this interprets is anyone’s guess. After all, managing a team like Juventus is parallel to managing a team like Paris Saint-Germain Emery’s last job before Arsenal, given their standing in their league. Allegri could fight with the rebuild job at Arsenal in the same way Emery is.

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