The Independent says the Gunners boss isn't the most popular figure at the Emirates at the moment, with Arteta said to rule with almost complete authority like a "mini Arsene Wenger" but without the credentials.
Arteta's Arsenal have made a very poor start to the season, losing against both Brentford and Chelsea in their opening fixtures. Some believe the Spaniard's training sessions are "too clean" and don't prepare the squad for matchday.
Arteta currently has the backing of the Arsenal board and there are no plans to sack him anytime soon.
But the Spaniard will not be gifted the same patience as he was last season, and reportedly has until October to prove he is turning things around or face being sacked.
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