According to The Times (£), Unai Emery agreed to a break clause in his Arsenal contract that can be triggered after two years.
Last week, the 46-year-old put pen-to-paper on a three-year deal at the Emirates, however, it’s claimed Ivan Gazidis put a financial safeguard in place should he wish to end Arsenal’s relationship with the Spaniard prematurely.
In effect, Emery would not be eligible for any compensation should he get dismissed after two seasons.
Apparently, he was happy to accept these terms, which, given he has moved club regularly, isn’t really a surprise.
Arsene Wenger and those in his set-up who’ve had their contracts terminated early are all due to have their salaries paid by the club for this year.