Arsenal have finally picked up in the transfer market with acquisitions of Nuno Tavares from Benfica and the latest Albert Sambi from Anderletch.
Arteta seems to have plans put in place as he tries to build his play from the back. Having acquired the services of Sambi, could this be Arsenal's best and most dominant midfield combination?
The arrival of Sambi has arguably provided Arteta with the much needed midfield partner to Xhaka and Partey.
Despite the unclear future of Xhaka at the club, the reinforcements done might convince the Switzerland international to stay at the club. This is the basic foundation of a dominant midfield combination.
With both Partey and Xhaka proven defensive midfielders, it provides Sambi with the much needed freedom in the opposition box. Having proven to be effective with Anderletch it might be his time to shine at Arsenal.
Despite being only 21, Sambi featured for over 70 matches at Anderletch last season captaining on 26 occassions.
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