Emery's website 'confirms' Arsenal job

PSG's coach Unai Emery has fuelled speculation that he will take over as Arsenal's new manager

Unai Emery has strengthened speculation that he will take over as Arsenal's new manager after a photo appeared on his official website announcing him as the Premier League club's coach.

The image included a picture of the Spaniard next to the Arsenal badge with the message: "Proud to be part of the Arsenal family" before it was taken down on Tuesday.

Arsenal are expected to name the former Paris St Germain coach as successor to the long-serving Arsene Wenger this week.

Wenger left the club at the end of the season after nearly 22 years at the helm after they finished sixth in the league.

Emery, who joined PSG in June 2016, has just left the French club, having led them to a domestic treble.

Meanwhile, Wenger has given an interview expressing frustration at what he felt was a lack of support in his final year at the Gunners.

The 68-year-old has told beIN SPORTS that he felt there was an "impatience" and "no forgiveness anymore" within some parts of the current Arsenal heirarchy.

"We were used to always huge success, but nothing was good enough anymore," Wenger said.

"Even this season we played in the League Cup final, the semi-final of the Europa League and didn't deserve to go out.

"Even if we had won the Europa League, I could feel there was an impatience that was definite."