Confirmed: Arsenal have appointed Emery to take over from Wenger

Confirmed: Arsenal have appointed Emery to take over from Wenger

Fueled by video nasties and sleepless nights, Unai Emery is ready for the challenge of succeeding Arsene Wenger after being appointed as Arsenal's first new boss for 22 years. So, this is going to be a process.

"We believe there is not a position in world football that is more attractive than Arsenal football club".

Wenger's travails in recent years mean Emery will not have to worry about the Champions League in the coming season but Arsenal can rest assured their ultradriven boss will be working all hours to get them back there.

"All of those eight people that we approached, that we targeted, were interested in the position and all of those eight people took part in an extensive, in-person interviews with us and none of them at any stage withdrew their interest".

The 58-year-old Ancelotti is said to have agreed a two-year deal with an option for a third with the Serie A runner-up.

However, he did offer some clue as to what kind of football Arsenal fans can expect as the club tries to regain its place in England's elite after missing out on the top four for the second successive season. Because we didn't want to pollute each other's viewpoints from the discussions we had had. We narrowed it down to three.

Sarri, who has spent the past three seasons at the San Paolo Stadium, has two more years remaining on his contract which runs until 2020.

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"At the end of the day, three of us all wrote on a piece of paper, 1, 2, 3, and put them into the middle of the table". And the choices were all one, two, three the same.

Emery, decked out in a club suit, said he felt equally enthused following his meetings with the recruitment panel.

"It's a big challenge for me but I worked also with other big projects and, for me, I am proud to be here and work after Arsene Wenger".

"It's a big challenge but in my career, every year I grow up with new challenges", he said. "I'm excited about what we can do together and I look forward to giving everyone who loves Arsenal some special moments and memories". "For all the coaches over the world, he's a reference and I learned from him all the things in football", he said.

Emery - who won the Europa League on three occasions with Sevilla - arrives in north London following a tumultuous selection process for Wenger's successor.

The Armenian worldwide also said that he want the Spaniard to qualify the Emirates club for the Champions League next season.

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