Nuno Espirito Santo urged to snub Emirates interest.
Arsenal has been linked with a number of good managers to replace Unai Emery if the Spaniard fails to get his team back on track. One of those managers is Wolves’ boss, Nuno Espirito Santo.
Nuno led Wolves to the Premier League in his first season in charge and he has since steadied them and he is set to lead them into the Europa League knockout stages.
He has become the choice to be Arsenal’s next manager, but Ally McCoist believes he should snub Arsenal and continue his good work at Wolves.
McCoist is of the view that Wolves are in better shape than Arsenal at the moment and the Portuguese manager would be better off remaining with them as they build into the future.
Speaking on Talksport McCoist said: “I don’t think I’m moving if I’m him. You would need guarantees because Arsenal defensively are all over the place.
“I just don’t think he would fancy that right now. He’ll think there’s a little bit of unfinished business to be done at Wolves because they are absolutely flying. Manchester United and Arsenal are miles away from competing in the league.”
Since coming to England, Santo has continually improved as a manager and the performances of his Wolves side have been outstanding especially when they face the Premier League’s big sides.