Unai Emery’s career at the Emirates Stadium is over a week ago, but what next? The search for a new trainer lasts quite a long time. Freddie Ljungberg became a temporary one, but this is not the end of the saga with the guardians of Arsenal. Although, Niko Kovac is really willing to become Arsenal’s coach.
Bayern Munich found a new coach immediately, Tottenham appointed a successor in one day but Arsenal looking for a week. The searches are constantly prolonged and the Arsenal does not sound better. Well, their game from week to week looks worse and Freddie Ljungberg who is the caretaker of the capital band is barely a week managed to hear his name with the note “out”. The situation at The Emirates does not change, so it is decided to take matters into their own hands the future club coach.
Niko Kovac has contacted Arsenal’s hierarchy over a possible move to the Emirates.
He is currently in England and is expected to attend the Gunners’ upcoming clash against West Ham.
— ARSENAL (@tomgunner14) December 9, 2019
At least he thinks so, because Niko Kovac, we are talking about him – does not hide his interest in the London club. Although it is far from expressing these intentions in dreams, the Croatian has no doubt that it would be at The Emirates that he would feel like in the seventh heaven.
At least he thinks so because the 48-year-old has already started his first talks and was also present at yesterday’s meeting with West Ham. Willingness is one thing and taking up work in such difficult terrain is another.
However, we are wondering what happened that the willingness to cooperate is reported by the trainer, not the club? Perhaps this is the DNA of the Arsenal who are not very resourceful in extremely important matters.
Niko Kovac ‘wants Arsenal manager’s job’ and his agents have made contact with Gunners https://t.co/qAZsjR68NO
— Sun Sport (@SunSport) December 8, 2019