Spanish La Liga club, Villarreal has appointed Unai Emery as the new manager of the club for the next three seasons on Thursday.
Villarreal finished the current La Liga season 5th in the league standings and they could not reach even in top three of this campaign. The club confirmed the appointment of the former Arsenal manager for the next three seasons.
“Villarreal CF has reached an agreement with Unai Emery for the Basque manager to be Yellows head coach for the next three seasons,” the club said in a statement.
Not just the Premier League, Emery also has immense experience in managing Serie A team Paris Saint-German. Moreover, he also had successful stints with Sevilla FC and Valencia CF in his managing career.
During his stint with the Arsenal FC in 2018-19 season, he helped his side become the runner up in the UEFA Europa League. But last year in November, the former was sacked following the side’s dismal run in the Premier League and he was replaced with Mikel Arteta.
The 48-year-old has helped Sevilla in winning three consecutive UEFA Europa League titles between 2014-2016. Adding to his accolades, he was also a part of the winning Paris Saint Germain that won French Ligue 1 title in 2018.