Emery is struggling badly in command of the Gunners and is now 5 video games with no win in all competitions after defeat to Leicester City within the Premier League on Saturday.
There have been calls from followers for Emery to be sacked, however Nicholas believes the membership could be improved by Wenger returning to north London and serving to the Spaniard with resolution making.
Whether Emery or Wenger could be eager on this transfer is extraordinarily questionable, however the former Gunners striker has defined numerous potential advantages.
‘I suggested on Soccer Saturday that if you want to overlord the process, I would go in for Wenger and get him on the board or get him in as the technical director,’ mentioned Nicholas.
‘Why let him speak to Bayern Munich and float about on TV when you possibly can have that mind, material and understanding on the membership proper?
‘He might work with an skilled supervisor to get it proper. He also can enhance the choice making. Why did Arsenal miss out on Gary Cahill, for instance?
‘Wenger couldn’t type his personal issues, however he might help Emery in sure methods. I used to be all the time teased concerning the hierarchy not being proper, however now we have round 4 guys arguing over transfers.
‘Is Edu the one who says these are the players Arsenal are getting? Is he in strong communication with Emery?’
A string of points have hampered Emery, exterior of simply outcomes, with Granit Xhaka being stripped of the membership captaincy over a spat with followers, being changed by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Reports have emerged that different squad members have raised considerations concerning the striker’s appointment, inflicting extra unrest on the Emirates.
Nicholas does have some sympathy for Emery, saying the blame should not all lie at his door, however that’s the place it can find yourself.
‘Not everything is Emery’s fault however following the current performances on the and the Granit Xhaka incident, the pinnacle coach will obtain all backlash,’ continued the Scot. ‘He will take all the flak, but the players should be doing better.’