The Spaniard enjoyed a reasonably successful first season in charge of the Gunners after replacing Arsene Wenger at the helm last summer.
While he was unable to secure Champions League football for next season, fans will be encouraged by the progression showed by the team on their way to the Europa League final and a fifth place league finish.
The former Paris Saint-Germain and Sevilla boss is trying to stamp his own authority on the Arsenal first-team and will hope to bring in more reinforcements this summer to help them improve even more next season.
And, according to the Daily Mirror, the new boss brought in each player for an appraisal at the club’s London Colney training ground at the end of his first campaign.
Each session lasted approximately between 15 and 30 minutes as they talked through the season as a whole with Emery and members of his coaching staff.
It is believed that Emery has conducted similar one-on-one’s with players at his previous clubs and it is something that he likes to do.
This time around though it came as a shock to the Gunners stars, who were all called back in days after the Europa League final defeat to Chelsea.
Players were encouraged to have their say and speak out about any grievances that they may have had from the season.
The report adds that no Arsenal stars were told that they have no future at the club despite several first-team players looking likely to leave this summer.
Arsenal bosses are ready to listen to offers for the likes of Mesut Ozil, Shkodran Mustafi and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, it is believed.
It seems that Emery is not wasting time as he looks to reshape the team around him, coaching staff included.
He has already moved on Aussie director of high performance Darren Burgess and Gunners legend Freddie Ljungberg is rumoured to be ready to step up from the Under-23s, with Steve Bould going the other way.
One of Emery’s big tasks this summer is to bring in the players he needs using only the £40m transfer budget allocated.
Failure to qualify for the Champions League has severely hindered the club’s spending power this summer unless they can raise extra funds through player sales.
The likes of Yannick Carrasco and Ryan Fraser have been linked with moves to the Emirates but signing either would dent that budget with other more important areas on the pitch still to be looked at.
Emery is keen to bring in at least one centre-half with the likely exit of Mustafi and potentially Laurent Koscielny this summer.
It remains to be seen who the manager and the club prioritise transfer wise in the coming days and weeks.