The Argentine is favorite to join another London-based club
Logically, the first choice and name on everyone's mind would be Mauricio Pochettino, who was just sacked by another top English club, Tottenham Hotspur.
Not just he helped Spurs finish as the runners-up in the UEFA Champions League last season, but owing to his ability to play high-pressing and attacking style of football, he could put Arsenal's mid-field to good use.
The German could give a new dimension to Arsenal's squad
Niko Kovač was also one of the top managers to be sacked by a top German club, Bayern Munich, this month.
Furthermore, Arsenal fans were vocal of Kovač being the prime guy to replace Emery.
Meanwhile, known for his 4-2-3-1 formation, a trend which Arsene Wenger generally followed during his glory days, along with the concept of playing counter-attacking football, could really help Arsenal.