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UNAI EMERY is clinging onto his Arsenal job after yet another poor Premier League performance.

The Gunners needed an injury-time leveller from Alexandre Lacazette to salvage a point against Southampton, with the pressure now piled on the Spaniard.

And now Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo has been bumped up by the bookies to become the favourite to replace Emery at Arsenal.

Meanwhile, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is being linked with a move to El Clasico rivals Barcelona and Real Madrid.

Follow all the latest updates from the Emirates below…

  • NUNO ESPIRITO SANTO has been tipped to replace Unai Emery at Arsenal but Gunners fans are not too happy about it.

    Emery, 48, is under huge pressure at the Emirates after failing to win any of his last five league games.

    Mauricio Pochettino has been linked with the Gunners after being sacked by North London rivals Spurs.

    But he is expected to take charge of German champions Bayern Munich and Wolves boss Santo, 45, is the new favourite to replace Emery.

    However, Gunners supporters are less than enthusiastic about the idea of Santo taking charge.

    They tweeted: “Nuno? Are we that desperate? We need someone who has Arsenal DNA” @OfficialVieira @m8arteta wearethearsenal.”

    Another said: “Wolves have scored one more goal than Arsenal this season, completed 1000 less passes and kept just one more clean sheet, conceded three fewer and fourth worst possession the league.

    “Nuno Santo isn’t the right man, this is nothing more than a favour from Raul (Sanhelli) to his pal Jorge Mendes.”

  • HECTOR BELLERIN and Sead Kolasinac are both being assessed ahead of Thursday’s Europa League match after suffering slight hamstring issues.

    But the game comes too soon for Dani Ceballos, who is aiming to return to full training mid-December.

  • UNAI EMERY will once again be fighting for his job when Arsenal take on Eintracht Frankfurt and he may have to do so without Hector Bellerin.

    The right-back was substituted during the weekend draw with Southampton and is now officially a doubt to face the Germans.

    Diagnosed with a tight hamstring, Bellerin will be assessed before Thursday's Europa League tie but may not be risked ahead of a very busy month of fixtures.

    Here's how they could line-up…

  • FORMER ARSENAL defender Pascal Cygan has revealed the Gunners once dodged a honeytrap of supermodels set up by Lokomotiv Moscow before a crunch Champions League match.

    But the French centre-back insisted none of his teammates fell into temptation before the 0-0 draw in 2003.

    He told local newspaper La Voix du Nord: “When we entered our hotel in Moscow there were ten Russian top models waiting for us.

    “They were seated in front of the bar.

    “We were later told that they had been there to tire us out during the night before the match.

    “We didn't lose, and as far as I remember none of our players was stupid enough to fall into the trap.

    “That was just as well, given the situation at that time.

    “Stories about players' private lives used to appear regularly in the papers.”

  • UNAI EMERY'S planned managerial "masterclass" for students at London football university has been cancelled following a wave of social media abuse levelled at the under-fire Arsenal boss.

    The Spaniard was due to give a talk at the University Campus of Football Business at Wembley on Friday, as part of a series on coaching, and dealing with football prejudice.

    But UFCB told their students: “It is with much regret that we can no longer present Unai Emery to UCFB students this Friday.

    “We have noticed that there were a number of negative comments aimed at Mr Emery when the guest appearance was initially announced.

    “We would like to take this opportunity to remind all students of the digital footprint that you create, which could impact you throughout your career within the football and sports industry.”

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