Arsenal deny chief executive Gazidis resignation

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Sky Italia is reporting that Milan's new owners, American hedge fund called Elliot Management, are interested in recruiting Gazidis to lead the club to a new era of success, after years of mismanagement under previous owners.

The new era at Arsenal will well and truly kick off under Emery when Pep Guardiola's men visit, with an air of excitement and anticipation surrounding the club.

"We're going to be very happy if Aaron stays because he's a very important player for Arsenal and obviously he's a huge player for the philosophy of Unai Emery", he said.

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Arsenal will be out to avenge our frustrating 2-1 aggregate defeat to Atletico in the 2017/18 Europa League semi-final that saw us blow a great chance in the first leg to put one foot in the final.

Arsenal chairman Sir Chips Keswick issued a statement on Wednesday in which he acknowledged the speculation but insisted Gazidis was focused on his role with the Gunners.

That flux could be set to increase even further with reports in Italy suggesting that club chief executive Ivan Gazidis is set to take over as executive director of Serie A side AC Milan. Let us know in the comments...

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'He has never accepted any of these opportunities and has never spoken about them publicly.

New manager Unai Emery is understood to have had positive talks with the Nigerian and assured him he will be part of his plans moving forwards.

Matteo Guendouzi, Bernd Leno, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Lucas Torreira have all arrived this summer and Emery is now set to trim his squad ahead of the new season.

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Reports of Gazidis' departure emerged in the Italian media this week.

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