Arsenal boss Unai Emery is under increasing pressure to save his job after the Gunners drew with Vitoria in the Europa League.
The pressure is mounting on Arsenal boss Unai Emery after he saw his side conceded an injury-time goal to draw their Europa League tie with Victoria 1-1, which extends their winless streak to four games.
Arsenal took the lead thanks to a Shkodran Mustafi header with 10 minutes remaining but the Gunners’ questionable defence was unable to prevent an equaliser from their Portuguese opposition, as Bruno Duarte scored with a scissor-kick in the 91st minute.
Emery’s job is not under immediate threat but he is still trying to win over the club’s fans with his footballing philosophy.
And while Emery continues to try and convince Arsenal’s supporters he is the right man the club needs post-Arsene Wenger, Express Sport ranks the top seven options the Gunners could replace the Spaniard with.
1. Massimiliano Allegri
The 52-year-old has made it known he is interested in a job in the Premier League after parting ways with Juventus at the end of last season.
Allegri won five straight Serie A titles, along with four Coppa Italias, during his time in Turin.
The Italian has a track record of winning and as he is currently without a club would be considered as top candidate for any big club across Europe.
However, Arsenal are not the only club linked with Allegri, as he has also been heavily linked with replacing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United and the vacant job at Bayern Munich.