Arsenal have made a significant step into improving the Arteta's squad this summer ahead of next season. This has seen Edu, a technical director at Emirates Stadium. Together with others in a huge boost to Arteta have brought in Marquinhos from Sao Paulo for £3m as fee.
So is Fabio Vieira from Porto who made Arsenal part with £35m plus potential add-ons of £4.2m as per Sunsport report. So is a cover goalkeeper in Matt Turner from MLS outfit for £5.75m and lastly. Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City for £45m according to Daily Mail report.
According to Daily Mail the Brazilian International has talked to Arsenal Player, "I'm a No 9! I'm a striker, you know. I'm so glad and I thank God every day that I can be alive. And that I can play in three or four different positions, but I think my position is nine. "Gabriel Jesus said as per Daily Mail.
This is good news to fans who have already lost Aubameyang in last winter to Barcelona on a free transfer. So is this summer in which Lacazette joined Lyon on a free transfer as well in a huge blow to Arteta. But had Nketiah sign the five-year deal with club which is worth £100k weekly in big updates to fans.
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