According to the UK Sun, Arsenal are preparing to offer manager Mikel Arteta a new deal.
The Gunners leadership will also reward Mikel Arteta with a significant wage increase, which will see him earn £8.3 million per year beginning this summer.
The Spaniard’s current contract expires in 16 months, and the club is desperate to ensure his long-term future at the Emirates.
Stan Kroenke, Arsenal’s owner, will sanction a three-year contract worth £25 million for the Premier League’s youngest manager.
Mikel Arteta presently earns £5 million per year, which pales in comparison to his former Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, who earns £20 million per year at the Etihad.
Antonio Conte, the new manager of Tottenham Hotspur, and Jurgen Klopp, the manager of Liverpool, both earn roughly £15 million each year.
Pep Guardiola of Man City remains the highest-paid manager in the Premier League.