Mike Arteta is slowly building a team that will dominate the Premier League in the future. He has been busy in the transfer window searching for quality players to strengthen his squad.
The club is willing to spend this summer bring in quality players who will enable the coach to challenge other clubs for the Premier League trophy next season. Arsenal has already signed three players on the ongoing transfer window. The club has signed Nuno Tavares, Sambi Lokonga who is an upcoming defensive midfielder, and Brighton center-back Ben White. The club is likely going to add another signing before the window closes.
The former Arsenal star, Arteta will now have no excuse for not qualifying for the Champions League next season. The club has young and energetic players and the manager can rotate his squad comfortably without fear.
Nicolas Pepe, Aubameyang, and Saka will form a front three that will be unstoppable next season. The three of them can unlock any defense in the Premier League. Smith Rowe will be the attacking midfielder.
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