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"No ambition" - these Arsenal fans are furious after learning financial restriction could change hunt for Emery's successor

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The financial restrictions could result in either interim boss Freddie Ljungberg or Manchester City assistant Mikel Arteta being named as the club’s new long-term boss.

Meanwhile, Leciester City boss Brendan Rodgers and Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo could also be out of reach due to compensation and wage packages.

What should the Gunners do?

Arsenal’s hunt for Unai Emery’s long-term successor could be hindered by financial restrictions.

@GurjitAFC shared the worrying update on social media, which then led to these Arsenal supporters weighing in with their views.

Allegri, Arteta, Ljunbgberg and Pochettino appear to be the favourites for the job at this moment in time, so it’ll be interesting to see what avenue the club decide to go down over the coming weeks.

That’s according to the Daily Mail, who claim that the Gunners are willing to offer a new boss more than Emery’s £4million-a-year salary, however, that still might not be enough to lure some of Europe’s elite to the Emirates.
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