Unai Emery: Pochettino, Allegri, Arteta, Vieira and Ljungberg linked with Arsenal

Unai Emery: Pochettino, Allegri, Arteta, Vieira and Ljungberg linked with Arsenal

- Unai Emery could be on his way out of Premier League side Arsenal anytime soon

- Pochettino, Allegri, Arteta, Vieira and Ljungberg have been linked with Arsenal job

- Arsenal are currently occupying eight position on the Premier League standings

Embattled Arsenal manager Unai Emery is now fighting seriously to keep his job at the Emirates stadium following unimpressive performance this season in all competitions.

Arsenal fans were livid with the team's last Premier League game against Southampton which ended in a draw as they booed the players off the field.

There have been report that Unai Emery could be sacked at Arsenal soon as the Gunners' chiefs have lost their patience.

Mikel Arteta, Mauricio Pochettino and Massimiliano Allegri are among the candidates to replace Unai Emery if the Arsenal boss is sacked.

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Other two candidates are former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira who spent most of his playing career with the Gunners and also 42-year-old ex winger Freddie Ljungberg.

Mikel Arteta who is currently an assistant coach at Manchester City spent the final five years of his career at the Emirates and was famous.

Allegri has not gotten a job since he left Italian side Juventus and was replaced with Maurizio Sarri, but he was recently linked with getting Manchester United job.

Mauricio Pochettino is also on the shortlist to replace Unai Emery at Arsenal after being sacked at Tottenham due to poor performance and was replaced with Jose Mourinho.

Patrick Vieira is another man who could get the job at Arsenal. The Frenchman was even linked with the job when Arsene Wenger left, but Gunners chiefs decided to hire Emery.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Arsenal's duo of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette are reportedly considering leaving the Emirates stadium if Unai Emery remains the manager.

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This comes after Arsenal's disappointing 2-2 draw against Southampton in their last Premier League encounter.

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