Arsenal fans are happy to see some new faces at their London Colney training ground. With Gabriel Jesus from a Manchester City side who arrived for £45m fee. So is Sao Paulo winger who joined Arsenal for £3m not forgetting Fabio Vieira from Porto in a deal worth £45m plus potential £4.2m add-ons.
Matt Turner made his move to Emirates Stadium for £5.75m in which he left MLS outfit for Arteta's squad. However after they as well missed last week friendly match against Nurnberg. Both Xhaka, Saka, Aaron Ramsdale and Odegaard there now back to London Colney. For pre-season training sessions today as per the report by Sunsport.
Arsenal fans were quick to note the presence of William Saliba who returned to Arsenal after a loan spell with Marseille in last season. They took to Twitter to express themselves, "Welcome Saliba, come perform some crazy magic tackles for us.
Can't wait to see you play. "One fan concluded as well another one wrote, "I spy with my little eye the best centre-back in the world. "And lastly, "Yes. Can't wait to see William Saliba in action. "Said another supporter as per Sunsport.
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