Arsenal are now in search of a new manager following the axing of Unai Emery at the end of November.
The Bordeaux boss would likely consider a switch to north London, given the "problems" he's had at the Ligue 1 club. This does not mean that he will leave. Between the two, it could work.
His entourage added: "But with all the problems now ongoing at Bordeaux, why wouldn't he leave?"
They had quotes from the manager's entourage, and explained the Portuguese had a €2-3m release clause in his contract, which would allow him to break free from Bordeaux if an interested club came knocking with a cheque for that amount.
With multiple Europa League's to his name in Spain and titles in France with Paris Saint-Germain he obviously speaks the game well.
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Sousa had previously managed QPR, Swansea and Leicester City between 2008 and 2010.
The key argument which hinders his support from Everton fans is can he cut it in the Premier League?
If Arsenal are to make Sousa an offer, they'll likely have to battle AC Milan for his signature.
The Serie A giants are 10th in Serie A, having lost seven of their 15 league matches this season.
Emery was sacked on November 29 and has been replaced on an interim basis by Freddie Ljungberg, who won for the first time as manager at West Ham on Monday night.