Hi everyone welcome to our today's football article relax and feel free. It is another golden opportunity to have you back to our daily football news updates arena where we talk about all the latest trends, breaking news, events and upcoming stories in the realm of soccer from all the corners of the world.The 2022 summer transfer window will be remembered as among the busy windows in the history. Within two months more than 50 players had migrated to different clubs. Most of the clubs made important signings to improve their squads.However there are always impacts on transfers either negative or positive.Latest report from a reliable source has confirmed the effects of a poor transfer window.
Arsenal football club is among the biggest spenders on buying stars this season but the players have not impacted on the teams performance. The club has made a decision to promote the academy young lads to the first to bring more improvement in the squad. According to The Sun, the Nigerian born Oloayinka and Tim Akinola ahead of Norwich clash at the weekend.This will serve as good example to all managers who are always 'Idlers' when the required to bring new important faces in their squads. Arsenal are now running for the U 21 for reinforcement.
Remember that the gunners have signed players like Martin Ordgaard and Lokonga Sambi but have failed to bring the breakthrough to Mikel Arteta's men.
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