Arsenal are looking forward to making important signings this summer to boost Arteta's squad ahead of next season with their club now back at Europa League competition. Having already in this summer signed Marquinhos from Sao Paulo in a deal which is worth £3m as per Sunsport.
So is the arrival of Fabio Vieira from Porto in a deal worth £35m with potential achievements objective add-ons of £4.2m later. A significant signing for Arteta but his reported by Daily Mail to be seeking the services of Lisandro Martinez from Ajax who is then valued at £30m.
As well as Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City with the sky blue side of Manchester having placed a £50m price tag on their 25-year-old Brazilian International as per Sunsport. But we take the look into why new arrivals may lead to a dressing room rift in next season under Arteta at Emirates Stadium.
Firstly, competition for places in the Arsenal starting eleven the major factor to having unhappy players at the club. Signing high profile players in Arteta's squad will not be warming the bench.
And owners and fans will expect all new arrivals to be starting matches under Arteta unless of injuries. This may not go down well enough with players who have arrived and miss out on the starting spot regularly.
Secondly, the players already at the Emirates Stadium who they played a huge role in getting Arsenal to qualify for the European football next season. Will be expecting the manager to pick at least from where he left last season. And that means having them playing better in the same positions.
Having to drop them from the team for new arrivals it will now set a different picture to this players and may start. Any sort of clicks in the dressing room and having being in the club for few years could be huge influence to the team. It's the huge decision for the manager on how he will manage the squad. To keep all set of players happy despite missing out on regular starting eleven.
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