Arsene Wenger: Arsenal fan wants Frenchman back at Emirates to replace Emery

Arsene Wenger: Arsenal fan wants Frenchman back at Emirates to replace Emery

- Arsene Wenger has been tipped to return to Emirates Stadium amid pressure on Unai Emery

- A fan was spotted holding a humorous banner with 'Wenger In' inscription as Gunners suffered another draw to Wolves

- With pressure mounting on the Spaniard manager, Jose Mourinho has reportedly held talks with top Arsenal chief over Emirates move

Amid growing pressure on Arsenal to show Unai Emery the exit door, a fan has humorously made a solo call for the return of former boss Arsene Wenger.

The Frenchman was given an inglorious exit out of Emirates with Unai Emery made his successor following wide calls from the home fans for fresh breath.

Post-Wenger era has, however, been ridden with similar tales of lacklustre performance and deluge of internal crisis with Granit Xhaka's recent spat with the fans suggesting the Spaniard might have lost the magic.

Although the tension was later doused down with the Swiss's apology to the fans, Aubameyang has been tipped to dispose Xhaka of his captaincy.

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And another disappointing draw to Wolves has compounded Arsenal woes and put Emery under immense pressure with recent insider report claims Portuguese manager, Jose Mourinho may be a replacement on the Spaniard's stool.

Mourinho was reported to have met and dined with top Arsenal chief Raul Sanllehi. But the eye-catching experience of the saga was when a fan was spotted with 'Wenger IN' banner at the Emirates.

The man doctored a 'Wenger OUT' banner by striking through the 'OUT' and writing 'IN' in capital letters underneath in a bold show of displeasure.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that a defiant Unai Emery suggested he was not prepared to throw in the towel just yet despite growing pressure to quit as Arsenal boss.

Emery has come under immense scrutiny in recent weeks following a string of poor results, with a section of fans calling for his head.

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Source: Legit.ng

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