Thursday evening was perhaps one of the most miserable in Arsenal’s recent history.
A cold and vastly empty Emirates watched as Unai Emery’s side went ahead against Eintracht Frankfurt, before ultimately losing the match 2-1.
Daichi Kamada’s double piled the pressure further on the Gunners boss and Emery’s expressions couldn’t hide that he’s well aware of what is being said about his future.
In Spain, journalist Felix Monclus took to Radio Marca on Friday morning and explained he’s convinced the manager knows ‘Arsenal are talking to other coaches’.
The former Sevilla and PSG manager is said to be ‘on a tightrope’ with it increasingly looking like his days at the club are numbered.
Rumours about an Arsenal offer for Luis Enrique have been swirling around in Spain for some weeks, and that’s covered again. However, with the Spaniard having returned to his role with the country’s national team it seems unlikely he’d give it up, especially after all the fuss he’s gone through over the past week with Robert Moreno.
The stance is that Enrique is one of the men Arsenal have already spoken to, and given that was weeks ago it would suggest Emery’s future has been in serious danger for some time.