Sanllehi - who was recently appointed as Arsenal's head of football relations - worked with Enrique during their time together at Barcelona and the newspaper says that puts the Gunners in the driving seat.
The trio, as well as full-back Sead Kolasinac, missed Sunday's 4-1 Premier League win over West Ham with minor complaints, but all were part of the squad working at London Colney. With the Arsenal managerial job now available, the FC crew assess the possible successors to Arsene Wenger and the challenges they will face.
Arsenal also have selection problems as coach Arsene Wenger looks to bring the curtain down on his 22-year-reign at the club in style.
There's no guarantee that the 47 year old will be the first Gunners boss after Wenger with Leonardo Jardim, Brendan Rodgers, Joachim Low, Patrick Vieira and Mikel Arteta also linked with the vacancy. I'm really pleased with that.
It certainly will be weird to see Arsenal being managed by someone who isn't Arsene Wenger.
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Hill-Wood told the Daily Star: 'I think he has made 100 per cent the right decision.
"I think our game plan today is much better than it was in the first year", he said.
The German global defender has endured what Metro correctly calls "a hard season" with the Gunners, and there was talk last week that he would be offloaded in the summer, with Inter Milan believed to have made enquiries. "I want to play where I'm happy and I am happy here.my season has been a bit like Arsenal's - peaks and troughs".
'What is important for me is to focus and concentrate about what I'm doing at the moment. "I think having a clear idea about the way we want to play, what I want from players in each position, regarding the formation that I want to use".