Arsenal look set for the new season. They are splashing cash to deploy players in key positions. They also wish to offload all the deadwood players if reasonable bids arrive. Mike Arteta has already completed three lucrative signings. Nuno Tavares and Lokonga lead the way for the new players. The Arsenal midfield and defense has now tried to get stability ahead of next season.
Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that Arsenal will have the next player signed. He details that Arsenal have done a great contract negotiation to sell Ben White for £50 million. The player comes from Brighton Albion and plays the centerback role. He will be the partner for Gabriel Mighalaes who was signed last season. The player will undergo all the medicals and paperwork next week. According to the Germany journalist, the deal is done and announcement is awaiting. Kroenke is serious to sign good players after pressure from the club fans. They will look to deploy another striker before the transfer window ends.
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