- Jose Mourinho may be brought back to England as Arsenal are reportedly keen on having him as Unai Emery's replacement
- The club's head of football Raul Sanllehi reportedly dined with Mourinho as the club considers axing Emery
- Emery replaced Arsene Wenger in the summer of 2018, but many believe the Gunners have not made any progress under him
Jose Mourinho is reportedly being considered as Unai Emery's replacement after Portuguese manager was spotted dinning and wining with top Arsenal chief Raul Sanllehi.
Mourinho has been out of work since being axed at United in December 2018, and is currently said to be keen on replacing Unai Emery at the Emirates.
Emery has been under immense pressure in recent weeks, with the UK Times claiming the tactician at Arsenal is almost up.
The former PSG manager's strained relationship with a number of senior players including Mesut Ozil has also led to contingency plans being put in place.
The north London side was held to a 1-1 frustrating draw by Wolves, extending the club's winless run in the league to three matches.
The situation has opened doors on the Gunners potentially bringing in a new coach, with club chief Raul Sanllehi understood to have already met and dined with Mourinho last week.
The UK Metro reports Arsenal are keen on a manager who is familiar with the Premier League and who will not be at a language disadvantage.
Mourinho, who has previously coached in the EPL and won the domestic league three times with Chelsea therefore tops the list of potential candidates gunning for the Arsenal job.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Unai Emery’s Arsenal were left frustrated by Wolves after a 1-1 stalemate cupped off a turbulent week for the Gunners.
Wolves dominated for long periods of the game and despite falling behind in the first half to a Pierre Emerick Aubameyang goal, they clawed back into the game through a Raul Jimenez's header.
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