Guillem Balague says former Arsenal boss Unai Emery interested in Everton job

Tanya Simon
December 11, 2019

Following an underwhelming start to the season, Emery was dismissed by Arsenal in late November, with Freddie Ljungberg taking over in an interim capacity.

The Gunners beat West Ham 3-1 at the London Stadium on Monday night.

However, given Everton's size as a club and their ambitions, Emery would consider whether to cut that short if the Toffees hand him a firm offer to take charge.

And French outlet L'Equipe have now reported that Arsenal have made contact with Bordeaux manager Sousa's entourage.

They even have quotes from said entourage: "They like his profile as a coach but also as a person".

"That doesn't mean he'll leave". They are in talks with multiple candidates but Paulo is part of that list, certainly. "Between the two, it could work", Sousa'a representatives told L'Equipe.

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"With all the problems at Bordeaux, why wouldn't he leave?"

Sousa had previously managed QPR, Swansea and Leicester City between 2008 and 2010. The project is not what was promised to him, that is a fact.

Cape Town - Everton are reportedly keen on luring recently sacked Arsenal manager Unai Emery to Goodison Park, according to Sky Sports News. "He loves the fans but he needs more from the board, the team is not strong enough to finish in the top 6".

The Athletic writes that former Arsenal boss Unai Emery undertook promising talks with Everton last week.

The 54-year-old is now out of work after being sacked by Valencia earlier this season, despite guiding Los Ches to a Cope Del Rey triumph last season - as well as guiding Valencia into the Champions League.

Arsenal are now in search of a new manager following the axing of Unai Emery at the end of November.

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