Unai Emery is the new manager of Arsenal, reports the BBC Monday night. The Spaniard would later this week be presented by the English club.
Emery is in that case the successor to Arsène Wenger, who recently after 22 seasons, retired as the manager of Arsenal.
Mikel Arteta, a former player of the ‘Gunners’ and presently working as an assistant to Josep Guardiola at Manchester City, was, according to the English media is seen as favourite for Wenger to follow.
The conversations with Arteta could be the last moment go wrong. After a thorough recruitment process among all candidates was Emery by the Arsenal-the leadership unanimously elected.
The 46-year-old coach decided last month to leave Paris Saint-Germain, where he spent two seasons was working.
Emery came in 2016 about of Seville, with which he three times in a row, the Europa League won. At PSG, he was a lot less successful, especially in a disappointing first season.
PSG had in 2017 the national championship with AS Monaco and in the Champions League, the Parisians already in the eighth finals off after a spectacular comeback from FC Barcelona in the return.
Last season led Emery PSG, while to the championship, but in the Champions League, the French club again in the eighth-finals off. This time it was Real Madrid too strong.
In addition to the championship title won Emery with PSG also twice the Coupe de la Ligue and the Coupe de France.