Hector Bellerin has said that Arsenal feels like a new club under Unai Emery, as everyone continues to get used to life without Arsene Wenger.
Unai Emery has the unenviable task of replacing the legendary French manager, who led the Gunners to their most trophy-laden period of the clubs history over a period of 22 years.
While the latter part of Wenger’s reign at Arsenal went somewhat stale, replacing him will be no easy task for the former Sevilla and PSG boss Unai Emery, who has won two of his opening four Premier League games.
However, it isn’t just Emery and some new players that have arrived at the Emirates this summer, but the Spaniard has brought his team of backroom staff, leaving right-back Hector Bellerin to say it feels like it is a new club.
“It feels like a new club,” Bellerin told the Times. “We have so many new staff.
“It’s a shame for those who have gone, and I am grateful to them all. Some had been at the club for many years. But you can understand why a new person would like to put their own stamp on the club.”
Bellerin has started all four league games for Arsenal this season, providing one assist.