Arsenal need more signings to take the club back to glory days. Especially with other premier league rivals all but upgrading there squad each and every season. Both West Ham, Everton, Leicester City have better squads than the Gunner's currently.
Not forgetting Brighton starting the season pretty well to settle just ahead of Gunner's in the premier league table. But with other primary targets linked with Arsenal. As Winter window is approaching there is still some hope for the North-London fans.
After several links of Lang to join Arsenal as reported earlier by the Sun. The Dutchman scored 17 goals with 11 assists last season helping Club Brugge win the league with a 16 points difference.
The versatile winger despite being monitored by AC Milan as well he's a good addition to Arsenal. If Edu and Co. decides to bring him to Emirates Stadium. While unsettled Chamberlain as well could make a return to Emirates to reunite with teammate Arteta.
Despite his £35m exit to Anfield being a bit sarcastic where he was rumoured to have said. He wanted to win major trophies with Liverpool of which. He did win Premier league with Klopp in 2019/20 campaign.
While lately the Aston Villa striker Watkins has as well been linked with transfer to Arsenal. Though that could be a difficult acquisition to pull through. But if Mikel will manage to bring the young Englishman to join his revolution then it could be a good addition.
Aaron Ramsdale will definitely keep his place and so is Tomiyasu, Ben White, Gabriel and Tierney. Which makes Partey joined in midfield two by Chamberlain. As Odegaard, Lang and Saka takes up the attacking trio with a solo Watkins striking role.
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