Manchester City assistant manager Mikel Arteta is ready to take the Arsenal job and that he will do so on one condition according to the newest reports coming out of the British media.
Mikel Arteta is an ex-Arsenal player who knows the club very well and also fits the profile of the manager wanted by the Gunners.
According to the specific report from The Sun, Mikel Arteta will only take the vacant Arsenal managerial job on the condition that club bosses give him assurances about transfers especially.
He wants assurances on the plan to move the club forward as well as bolstering the squad that has struggled to achieve results in recent weeks.
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Arsenal ended a run of nine matches in all competitions with the win over West Ham United in their London Derby clash in the Premier League.
The Gunners came from a goal down to beat the Hammers 3-1 away from home for their first win in ten matches.
Unai Emery was in charge of the Arsenal team for the first seven winless games before the Spaniard was sacked two weeks ago.
Freddie Ljungberg is a club legend and the former winger was made the interim manager.
The former Arsenal winger was in charge of the team for the final two winless games before the West Ham United game on Monday night.