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Arsenal chiefs fear top players may leave under Emery

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Arsenal Chiefs are already worried that top stars in the club will leave under the stewardship of Unai Emery.

Raul Sanllehi and Edu are said to have held discussions with Emery inside the Turnell following the 2-2 draw against Southampton over the weekend.

At the moment, forward pair of Alexander Lacazatte and Pierre-Emerick Aubamyang are expected to sign new contracts but are still hesitating, something that shows something is not right.

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Arsenal fans have also called for the resignation of the new coach as they fear they will never make it to another Champions League.

It is the third consecutive season the Gunners are missing a spot in the Champions League on top of fading its past glory.

The chiefs, however, have the option to pay Unai Emry $4 million to end his contract plus fees of other staff attached to the coach.

They had already entered ventured into the market to prospect new alternatives just incase a decision comes through.

It is evident that most top players at the club want to play the Champions League and if the tendency continues, they may opt-out of their contracts.

Alex Kiprop
News Moto sports correspondent. Catch up the latest results when they happen and as they happen, locally and international


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