Date: 23rd March 2018 at 6:51am
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are under growing pressure to replace Arsene this summer, with the poised to miss out on a top-four finish in the Premier League for the second season in a row.

Many fans, former and areas of the media believe that it’s time for the 68-year-old to end his long-term association with the giants and speculation has linked Arsenal with a number of potential replacements.

One of those said to be on Arsenal’s short-list is boss Leonardo Jardim, who has excelled with the French principality side- leading them to the title last season and catching the eye of Europe in the .

Jardim’s rise has not gone unnoticed, with Chelsea also linked with the boss, but he’s reaffirmed his commitment to Monaco with comments made to Portuguese outlet O Jogo, where he said:

“Looking towards the end of the season, I will have two years left on my contract and I’m happy at Monaco. It’s a club that has always believed in me and has always supported me.”

Arsenal would have to offer a tempting opportunity to prize the Venezuelan-born boss to the Premier League and it could prove to be a stern challenge.