Arsenal chief Edu Gasper has endured a busy summer transfer window chasing their targets to blister the squad for the season 2022/22 where they signed Lokonga, Ben White from Brighton on a £50m deal, Nuno Tavares from Benfica, ødegaard from Real Madrid after previously being there on loan and Ramsdale from Sheffield United.
After the above signings made by the board and Arsenal manager, where they were the highest spending team in the premier league splashing out a whooping of £127m on transfer deals, everyone expected them to be unstoppable but they have had a poor beginning of the season losing the opening three games conceeding 9 goals and also failed to score .
Due to this reasons, Edu and the manager Mikel Arteta are on the brink of losing their jobs. Arteta has been given up to October to turn it around because Arsenal already are in talks with Antonio Conte aligned as his replacement.
Edu has broken his silence concerning this, he saidLet's hope Arsenal season will be back on track when they will have a full Xl. Thanks for reading.
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