"We are excited", he said.
The transfer window has closed and now, Premier League fans can turn their attention to what really matters: the football.
"I met the Kroenke family in Atlanta and he gave us his commitment in this project with Arsenal", he said.
However, despite reported interest from Valencia, Emery is unwilling to sell the England worldwide, revealing that only Carl Jenkinson, David Ospina and Joel Campbell are available to leave the Emirates.More news: Magic Leap One is on sale now for a whopping $2,300
The forward hasn't played for the gunners in the last two years but he is still an Arsenal player but has got loaned to different clubs each season but it seems the North Londoners will finally sell him permanently this summer.
"But the other players are with us and we are going to work at the Emirates the day before the match with all the players", he added.
"It's more easy to speak here than to do it on the pitch. For me, that is very important".
"But I like to play more against him because it's demanding for your preparation to try to win against his teams". "We are to think only to win the match".More news: Turkey on the Economic Brink, Explained in a Dozen Charts
It will be interesting to see who Emery opts for in goal between Leno and Petr Cech but Sokratis is nearly certain to start on Sunday while Torreira will be a starter if he's deemed match fit after arriving back late to pre-season following the World Cup.
But new Arsenal chief Emery believes Kroenke's move is a positive step forward for the Gunners.
The new Arsenal boss admits Guardiola has shone more both as a player and manager, but has welcomed the challenge posed by his counterpart ahead of Sunday afternoon's showdown, live on Sky Sports.
Sead Kolasinac (knee) and Laurent Koscielny (Achilles) are definitely out as summer arrivals Bernd Leno, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi all push to make their competitive debuts.More news: Firenado forms at Derbyshire factory blaze