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 – with Jose Mourinho, Massamiliano Allegri and Sheffield United's Chris Wilder among the favourites.
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PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG and Alexandre Lacazette are reportedly keeping their options open as Arsenal look to tie the duo down to new deals.
Former Borussia Dortmund striker Aubameyang is contracted until 2020, while ex-Lyon ace Lacazette will have two years remaining at the end of the season.
SunSport exclusively revealed in August that the Gunners were in talks with the pair, but so far negotiations have proved to be unsuccessful.
And according to Goal, the two forwards are keeping their options open before deciding whether or not to commit their future to the club.
EX-ARSENAL star Nicklas Bendtner has revealed he was sexually molested by a male pal.
He makes the claim in his autobiography Both Sides and gives his pal the false name Silas.
He claims Silas offers him the chance to snort white powder – crushed caffeine pills rather than cocaine – which he refuses.
The footballer then says he awoke to find Silas touching him intimately.
He writes: “It was an exaggerated evening.
“Silas has seen me with several girls already, so he knows I am a straight shooter.
“Still, I wake up knowing he's about to play with my d**k.
“I respond like any heterosexual teenager. Not that I beat him or anything, but I scold him like a madman.”
ARSENAL midfielder Granit Xhaka is reportedly set to make his return to the side against Vitoria in the Europa League on Wednesday.
The 27-year-old has been left out of the last two matchday squads after he told fans to “f*** off” after being booed following his substitution against Crystal Palace last week.
Xhaka has been training despite being left out of the squad by Emery and now the Spanish boss is now ready to reintegrate the midfielder back into the team.
The Mirror have reported that Emery believes the upcoming clash away at Vitoria is the perfect opportunity for Xhaka to get some game time.
ARSENAL have not improved since Unai Emery took over from Arsene Wenger, according to Danny Mills.
The ex-England international told talkSPORT: “Has it really changed since Arsenal Wenger left?
“I’m talking about the last two or three seasons under Wenger where it wasn’t quite as good as it was previously.
“I don’t think it has.”
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