Arsenal shelled out over £150m to sign stars like Odegaard, White, Lokonga, Tavares, Ramsdale and Tomiyasu to reinforce their squad. Whilst their impact has been felt at the club, they are prepared to do even more signings.
The Gunners are determined to get the services of Raheem Sterling and Bernardo Silva from Manchester City. Sterling and Silva, have hinted at a possible exit from City as Guardiola admits the duo are determined to leave Etihad for greener pastures. Silva recently heaped praises to Arteta whom he formerly worked with dropped a major hint of a possible reunion with the Spaniard.
Moreover, the north London club has intensified news that have tied them to Club Brugge forward Noa Lang. Lang has executed satisfactorily various tasks at the forward line and Arteta seeks to get him. Aubameyang has scored fewer goals at the start of this campaign making him need a subordinate to help him realize his full potential. Lang could cost Arsenal £34m but Chief Edu is ready to give up to £25m for the Dutch.
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