Arsenal after poor start of the season hope they can find a way out of the current situation by bolstering the squad further. The gunners have already confirmed the signing of 5 players and Arteta want to add a right back to his squad. The north London club is in talks with Athletico Madrid over possible swap deal which will include Aubameyang, Lacazette and Willian heading to the Spanish side while Kerian Tripier and some amount going to Arsenal.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta believe that he needs time at Emirates to counter the current poor performance. The squad lacks balance and he is doing what he can to improve it. He already made his mind that Aubameyang, Lacazette and Willian are not in his plans.
Tripier was early linked with move to Old Trafford but as per reports the England international want to switch to the London club after agreeing personal terms. The player has been outstanding since joining Athletico Madrid helping the club to lift the La Liga title last season.Arsenal have been linked with a shock move for Antonio Conte as a replacement for Mikel Arteta at Emirates Stadium, Arteta has been 5 matches to save his job.
The pressure that Arteta is facing at Emirates at the moment need to be cooled by good results. The next fixture is against Manchester City who are hungry too to win. Arsenal board is planning something which will help the team even if sacking the Spanish manager will bring good results they will.
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