Arsenal manager Unai Emery is edging closer to the exit after the Spaniard masterminded a poor run over the last six games in all competitions.
This is according to the publication from the Daily Mirror which revealed that the Gunners could sack Unai Emery on the back of the fortunate draw earned at home to Southampton at the weekend.
Southampton are second bottom on the Premier League table with one point from the last five games before the Arsenal game at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday including the 9-0 mauling at the hands of highflyers Leicester City.
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It was the record away win margin in Premier League history as set by Leicester City during that game last month.
Despite the poor run by Southampton, they were by far the better side which is damning for Arsenal and Unai Emery.
Southampton should have won the game if they were sharper in the attacking third as they had many opportunities to kill off the game before Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette rescued a point for his team with virtually the last kick of the game as both teams played out a 2-2 draw.
The aforementioned publication said that Unai Emery has been saved from the sack at Arsenal to date mainly because the club is reluctant to sack him in the middle of the season.