Arsenal manager Unai Emery has been handed with six games to turn around the club’s fortunes amid calls from the supporters for his dismissal.
The Gunners have experienced a difficult first half to the league campaign and the recent 2-1 defeat to Leicester City has dropped them eight points adrift of the top four places.
Despite this, Gunners head of football Raul Sanllehi has recently stated that Emery is still the right man for the job but it appears that the club may not remain patient beyond a particular period of time.
According to Evening Standard, Emery has been handed with six matches to save his head coach role and he could face the sack, should the club’s result fail to improve within this period.
The north London giants return from the international break with a home league clash against struggling Southampton before entertaining Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League.
Thereafter, they have league matches against Norwich City, Brighton & Hove Albion before a European trip to Standard Liege which will complete the six-game deadline afforded to Emery.
Each one of those games are definitely winnable and a string of winless games in this period could potentially put Emery on the brink of being sacked from the managerial position.
Arsenal are presently sixth in the Premier League standings. Across all competitions, they have managed just one victory from the past seven matches.