Ex-Bayern Munich boss Niko Kovac will reportedly watch Arsenal in action against West Ham on Monday night and is interested in becoming Unai Emery’s permanent replacement in north London.
Emery was sacked earlier this month following a dreadful run of form, with Freddie Ljungberg stepping in on an interim basis, but the Swede has yet to impress having failed to win in either of his opening two games.
This has led to more urgency from the Arsenal board in the search to find their next long-term manager, and according to Goal Kovac believes he is the right man for the job.
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