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Embattled Unai Emery finally given ultimatum to save his job as Arsenal chiefs take 1 big step to replace him





- Unai Emery has been reportedly issued with 1-month ultimatum by Arsenal hierarchy

- The Spaniard has failed to give Arsenal a breakthrough since taking over post-Wenger era

- Another defeat to Southampton, Norwich, Brighton and West Ham may get the former PSG boss sacked

Embattled Arsenal boss, Unai Emery, has been reportedly given one month ultimatum to save his job as Arsenal hierarchy plans a new move to end the crisis currently bedeviling the club.

Arsenal have failed to record a magical resurgence since the former PSG manager assumed Emirates Stadium mantle in a deal that ended Arsene Wenger's lately inglorious reign.

A torrid Premier League run summed up in defeat to Liverpool during Carabao Cup and disgraceful deafest to Leicester City has left the North London on the losing side with Emery daily sliding down the pecking order with Arsenal management.

Under his tutelage, Arsenal failed to get a perfect breakthrough from their past woes as post-Wenger era is also ridden with similar narratives of lacklustre performance and lack of team playing spirit.

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And the Spaniard coach has been told he has one month to prove he is the man for the job with games against struggling Southampton, Norwich, Brighton and West Ham as well as Manchester City on ­December 15 set to be a determine factor.

But an insider source claimed Arsenal top chiefs Raul Sanllehi and Vinai Venkatesham have passed a vote of confidence on the former PSG manager.

There are also behind-the-scene speculations that the fall of Wenger legacy is responsible for the current club's woes as those who built the team with Frenchman have been shown the exit door.

Long-serving members of staff have been shocked by what’s ­happening to the club. To say it was a shock to see so many good people leave so suddenly is an ­understatement," the source said.

“Steve Morrow, in particular, is a huge loss. He is someone who is ­respected throughout football and is seen as having the potential to be a director of football.”

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Legit.ng earlier reported that Arsene Wenger has ended speculations linking him back to coaching role after the former Arsenal manager lands big appointment with FIFA as chief of global football development.

The world football governing body confirmed the Frenchman's appointment in a statement released on Wednesday, November 13.

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