The outgoing PSG manager, Unai Emery has reportedly emerged as a surprise late candidate to take over from Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.
It was earlier thought that Manchester City assistant and former Arsenal player Mikel Arteta was close to succeeding the Frenchman who spent 22 years in charge of the Gunners at the Emirates Stadium.
Emery may be considered by the Arsenal board looking at his treble domestic successes this season. He has won three successive Europa League titles with Sevilla before his move to the French capital, where he picked up seven trophies during his two years at the helm.
Although Arteta remains the favourite to be named the next Arsenal manager, though, with the 36-year-old having been backed by a number of influential figures at the club, including Wenger himself, they have not yet ruled out the possibility of bringing in both Emery and Arteta as a management team.