Arsenal are reportedly prepared to increase their transfer budget for the January window.
After a poor run of form, the Gunners finally ended their winless streak on Monday night with a 3-1 victory at West Ham United, a result which has moved the club back up to ninth position in the Premier League standings.
However, regardless of who is given the reins going forward, The Athletic claims that Arsenal's board are prepared to provide transfer funds for the beginning of 2020.
The report says that Josh Kroenke - the son of majority shareholder Stan - intends to become more involved with the running of the club.
The development comes despite Emery being able to make several high-profile additions during the summer, which included the club-record acquisition of Nicolas Pepe.