Contrary to what it looks it could be in the recent past, Arsenal's top-four finish dream seems shuttered after their 2-0 defeat to Newcastle openly gave a breathing space to Spurs who currently stay 3-points clear off Arsenal. Initially, the club's ownership and the board pledged financial support to the Gunners' boss Mikel Arteta, if by any chance he succeeds in leading the team to the Champions League come the end of the season.
However, majority of the fan base arguably question the likeliness of the fulfilment of this promise bearing in mind that the club's chances to qualify for the UEFA champions league are currently dismal.
According to the reports by Telegraph Football, Arsenal board plans to significantly invest in squad Re-Enforcement even if they suffer Champions League disappointment. The report further adds that the Gunners manager Mikel Arteta is expected to be backed in the transfer market as they look to build on the progress made this season.
As far as the summer transfer gossips are concerned, Mikel Arteta is keenly assessing the situations of various key profiles he believes to bring instant impact on his current team. Among the few individuals heavily linked with the move to Emirates include Juventus forward Dyabala, Darwin Nunez of Benfica, Gabriel Jesus of Manchester City among others.
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