Unai Emery is just a few weeks away from turning things around or getting the sack.
Unai Emery has been under pressure as the Gunners have failed to win a league fixture since the first week of October.
The situation has turned the environment around the Emirates to a toxic one and the club fears that Emery is doing more damage to their reputation than good.
The poor results on the field haven’t been the only problem at Arsenal recently with the club also experiencing some surprising shakeups among the non-playing staff.
The Sun claims that most staff fear that Emery won’t be able to salvage the club, apparently they are shocked at what is happening at the club.
One source told the outlet: “The DNA that made Arsenal the club it was has slowly but surely drained away.
“Appointments have been made – both before and after Wenger’s departure – that either didn’t work out or aren’t working out.
“Long-serving members of staff have been shocked by what’s happening to the club.”
Arsenal has slipped to sixth on the league table, but they have a good run of fixtures after the International break until the 15th of December when they take on Manchester City.
We have already covered how many points Arsenal may get over the next four games and that may be the period that determines his career at the Emirates.
If the results do not improve prior to the Man City game then it is hard to see how Emery can survive much longer after that.