ZTN Sports Reporter
English premier league defending champions, Manchester City are unhappy with the way Arsenal have dealt with their interest in their assistant coach Mikel Arteta, according to a report.
The former Gunners captain is closing in on a return to Arsenal, where he spent five seasons as a player after Emery was sacked at the end of last month.
Managing director Vinai Venkatesham and club lawyer Huss Fahmy spent two-and-a-half hours in discussions with the Man City assistant at his house earlier this week, and it appears just a matter of time before he takes charge.
Arteta was in the City dugout on Wednesday night as the Carabao Cup holders saw off Oxford United in the quarter-finals to seal a two-legged semi-final against arch-rivals Manchester United.
And the Daily Mirror claims that City are ‘furious’ with there yet ‘to be any official contact’ from the Gunners for Arteta.