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Former Arsenal Boss Set For Premier League Return As Coach As Talks Continue With Club

As Arsenal parted ways with their long time manager the Frenchman Arsene Werner. They needed to sign a Coach who would take the club forward despite any other challenges and they settled for Unai Emery.

The Spaniard made his efforts felt at the Emirates but unfortunately couldn't convince the Londoners of his abilities to take the club forward. And he was axed, in so much luck he was appointed later by Villareal.

As the Laliga outfits benefited last season in Europe league triumph against Manchester United. Now after Newcastle were confirmed under new ownership of Saudi Arabia tycoon they settled to sack Bruce there manager.

And now are looking to replace the Englishman, with the on-going search taking them to ex-Arsenal boss. These is according to Sunsport, via Telegraph's Mike McGrath. Who clarify that Unai has emerged as top of the Magpies leading contenders for the dugout post.

The same publication has clarified that Newcastle at the moment have only two names in consideration. Both Unai and Eddy Howe are on the final list and the club hierarchy will look down into the duo.

But can as well appoint the Spaniard if the talks prove fruitful in the near future. His current deal runs until 2023 which means Villareal will be paid £5.1m if Unai agrees to Newcastle contract.

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