Manchester City unhappy with Arsenal over move for Arteta

Europe Sport Zimbabwe

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.