Manchester City are confident holding onto Mikel Arteta to the end of the season.
Arteta's has been heavily-linked with potential vacancies at two of his former clubs, Arsenal and

Everton where Unai Emery and Marco Silva, respectively, are under mounting pressure.
Yet the highly-regarded Manchester City coach is expected to stay put at the Etihad until the summer, says the Daily Express.

Arteta was on the Gunners' shortlist to succeed Arsene Wenger in the summer of 2018 only to lose out to former Paris Saint-Germain manager Emery – a decision which is thought to have disappointed the retired midfielder.

Last summer he briefly considered an approach from Newcastle to succeed Rafa Benitez only to opt to stay put in Manchester.

Would he be able succeed at Arsenal or Everton alone?

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