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UNAI EMERY is desperate for a win sooner rather than later as Arsenal face trips to Vitoria and Leicester.

The Gunners were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Wolves yesterday leading to speculation over Emery's future after a rumoured meeting between Jose Mourinho and Raul Sanllehi.

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  • THIS could be the incredible Arsenal line up if Jose Mourinho were to take the reigns at the Emirates.

    SunSport exclusively revealed how the Special One is primed for a Premier League return, nearly a year after leaving Manchester United.

    Pressure is building on Unai Emery with Arsenal winning just one game in four.

  • ARSENAL are reported to be considering Jose Mourinho as a replacement for under-fire Unai Emery – but have denied that the Special One met up with a club chief.

    Gunners boss Emery is under increasing pressure to quit the Emirates after his side were held to a 1-1 draw with Wolves that led to him being booed by fans.

    Mourinho is waiting for the right job to come along before making a return to the dugout after being sacked by Manchester United last year.

    According to The Times, he had dinner with Arsenal chief Sanllehi – but it has since been claimed that this was not the case.

    The report adds that Emery, who has divided players over his treatment of Mesut Ozil, is said to have just “one to two games of credit” as the club consider a change during November's international break.

    A perception that the Spaniard's difficulties with the English language has meant he has struggled to communicate effectively with his stars is also believed to have caused concern behind the scenes.

    Arsenal players mocked Emery with “good ebening” impressions after the boss' catchphrase went viral.

    SunSport exclusively revealed earlier this week that Mourinho had already set his sights on becoming the first boss to win major trophies at three English clubs.

  • AN ARSENAL fan held up a hilarious 'Wenger IN' banner at the Emirates yesterday amid calls for Unai Emery to quit.

    Jose Mourinho has been linked with a move to the Emirates recently as pressure builds on the Spaniard.

    The Gunners threw away a lead AGAIN on Saturday as Wolves came back from behind to draw 1-1.

    Arsenal still sit fifth in the Premier League but after Crystal Palace rescued a point from being 2-0 down at the Emirates the week before, fans of the North Londoners are not happy.

    And one of Arsenal's fickle fanbase was able to see the funny side of things yesterday with his banner.

    The man had doctored a 'Wenger OUT' banner – striking through the 'OUT' and writing 'IN' in capital letters underneath.

  • UNAI EMERY begins a big week at Arsenal with his future under increased scrutiny.

    According to The Times, Head of Football Raul Sanllehi dined with Jose Mourinho last week and left impressed with the Special One's vision for the club.

    Emery is believed to have “one or two games of credit” left, but the Gunners board are not afraid to pull the trigger should results fail to improve.

    But SunSport's Daniel Cutts believes Wolves' Nuno Espirito Santo is the man Arsenal should turn to.

    He wrote after Saturday's 1-1 draw at the Emirates: “The hierarchy in North London could do worse than cutting their losses with the Spaniard and appointing Nuno Espirito Santo.

    “His team were everything Arsenal aren't at the minute. Starting with an eleven that looks like it wants to play for their manager.

    “Emery must be sacked, this week, and Nuno is the man to sort this shambles out.”

    The Gunners board will also be concerned about the happiness of star striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

    The Gabon striker is said to be considering his future after enduring a difficult few weeks in North London.

    Angry Arsenal fans hurled abuse at Aubameyang in the aftermath of a disappointing 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace last week.

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