Ian Wright says Arsenal should already be looking to replace Unai Emery regardless of Leicester result

Ian Wright believes Unai Emery is facing the sack at Arsenal ahead of Saturday's result against Leicester
Ian Wright believes is going through the sack at Arsenal forward of Saturday’s result in opposition to Leicester (Picture: Getty)

Ian Wright believes Arsenal should already be sounding out replacements for Unai Emery, regardless of Saturday’s result in opposition to Leicester.

The Spaniard is going through mounting criticism following a mediocre run of outcomes which has seen the Gunners declare only one victory from their final six fixtures.

Defeat on the King Power would depart Arsenal 9 factors adrift of the highest 4 heading into the worldwide break and with Champions League qualification important to their hopes of conserving star gamers, together with the likes of new membership captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Wright fears his outdated membership should act ruthlessly.

‘Arsenal the management side of it should be at least starting to feel people out,’ he mentioned.

‘If you look at he stats from Emery to Wenger it’s not improved in any respect, it’s regressed if we’re trustworthy.

‘They’ve acquired to be looking at candidates now. I can’t see how all of a sudden from now, developing in opposition to Leicester, I can’t see the way it’s going to get higher.



‘You’ve acquired to be pondering Arsenal are looking for folks and if not why not?

It wouldn’t shock me if it was a Gazidis appointment the way in which issues have labored out.

‘If Arsenal don’t make the Champions League, which they received’t do the way in which they’re taking part in for the time being, he’s acquired to go and the earlier the higher.’

Emery, himself, admits tonight’s match in opposition to Leicester, who’ve received eight of their final night time matches, represents a must-win state of affairs for his aspect who’ve blown leads of their final 4 matches.

‘This a very big opportunity. After two matches at home that we drew, tomorrow is a very good opportunity. Yesterday the players worked and trained very well with a good spirit and they give me confidence,’ mentioned Emery.

‘The most important is our mentality and going there thinking: ‘We are Arsenal.’ And we are going to go there with confidence and in addition sturdy in our mentality to be collectively to go to work in opposition to them.

‘The circumstances – Ozil, Kolasinac, the Laurent Koscielny circumstances and if he was still here then he would still be captain and there would be no problem. But the team inside now, they are strong. ‘Is this must-win? Yes. But in our mind, for each match it is only to win.’

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