Xhaka stripped of Arsenal captaincy after outburst

Xhaka stripped of Arsenal captaincy after outburst

Xhaka stripped of Arsenal captaincy after outburst

The report - which appeared on Sunday morning - has fuelled rumours that Mourinho could be in line to replace under-fire Arsenal boss Unai Emery.

Manager Unai Emery seems to be the main culprit with most Arsenal fans, with journalist John Cross believing this is the end of the road for the Spaniard.

Such is Arsenal's seriousness about potentially bringing in a recent coach, membership chief Raul Sanllehi dined with Mourinho closing week.

Since turning down the north Londoners, Vardy has established himself as one of the Premier League's most unsafe marksmen, who has gained the respect of neutrals for his loyalty to the Foxes.

Arsenal will be looking to bounce back after a run of three league games without a win, with the club having squandered leads to drop points at home in the past two weeks and fall adrift of the Premier League's top four.

The German has been frozen out of the principle crew by Emery this season, but has impressed when he's been known as upon.

Otherwise, Arsenal have no other injury concerns to worry about so Emery has a healthy squad to choose from ahead of a crucial game with Leicester that could determine our chances of finishing in the top four.

Arsenal's Gabonese striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (2nd L) celebrates with teammates after scoring their third goal during the UEFA Europa League semi final, first leg, football match between Arsenal and Valencia at the Emirates Stadium in London on May 2, 2019.

The second fastest player in Arsenal history to reach 50 goals for the club, Aubameyang was handed the captaincy this week when manager Unai Emery made a decision to take the armband from Granit Xhaka.

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