Arsenal are believed to be eyeing a move for former Blues boss Antonio Conte.
The Gunners have started the season in the worst possible way as they currently sit bottom of the table and are yet to score a goal this season.
Arsenal lost to newly promoted Brentford 2-0 in the opening game of the season, and their defeat to Manchester City was as well embarrassing.
Reports now claim that Arsenal have agreed terms in principle with Conte.
Arsenal are believed to be searching for a new manager, and have given up on former midfielder Mikel Arteta.
Arteta guided Arsenal to the FA Cup trophy two seasons ago, and there were high hopes he’d build on that success. But he could only manage an eighth-placed finish last term, and with Arsenal’s current position, the Spaniard’s job is no longer safe.
Conte has achieved success everywhere he has been and was in charge of Chelsea between 2016/18 and won the Premier League and the FA Cup in his two years at the club.