Former Manchester United manager José Mourinho has been without a job since he left Old Trafford last December, but his wait for a new managerial post is set to come to a halt sooner rather than later.
The Portuguese manager has been linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium to replace under-fire Unai Emery who has managed just two points from possible six in the last two league games.
The former PSG manager saw his side recorded an uninspiring 1-1 against Crystal Palace last weekend despite scoring the first goal of the game before half time.
The Gunners fans are obviously tired of the manager’s spell at North London and they are calling for his dismissal.
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However, the club’s hierarchy have reportedly told the fans to exercise little patience with the manager because they have no option but to allow Emery to finish the season due to the contractual agreement with the Spaniard.
According to the Independent, the Gunners won’t terminate Emery’s contract until the end of the current campaign, which means that that former Mourinho will need to wait till next summer before he can return back to the touchline as Arsenal manager.
In the same vein, the Portuguese is also linked with Bayern Munich’s vacant position after Kovac was sacked last night.