It looks as though Arsenal may be looking to Mikel Arteta to take on the challenge of getting the Gunners back on track as the team finds itself on a continual downward spiral after having lost 0-3 to Manchester City over the weekend.
Ever since the departure of Arsene Wenger, the club has been unable to regain its former glory having recently sacked Unai Emery as a result of Arsenal’s poor performance as they had found themselves going through a 7 game winless streak under the Spaniard’s helm as club manager.
For a moment it looked like interim manager Freddie Ljungberg may have been the solution to Arsenal’s string of bad luck after breaking Arsenal’s historic winless streak with a 1-3 win over West Ham.
Unfortunately, this win seemed to have been just a fluke as Arsenal suffered a 0-3 loss to Manc City over the weekend.
It was after this game that Gunner’s chief executive Vinai Venkatesham is said to have met up with city coach and former Arsenal skipper Mikel Arteta.
Although no formal announcements have been made, it seems most likely that Arsenal has their sites set on Arteta to take up the role of permanent Arsenal manager.