Arsenal has a number of options of players they will sign in the summer on free transfers. This could serve the purpose of saving millions for the club to enable them compete favourably. Most clubs across Europe have struggled during the coronavirus pandemic and Arsenal is one of them.
Arteta's side undoubtedly need to strengthening despite signing Martin Odegaard and Thomas Partey who have proved their worth over time. However, the Gunners lack instrumental pillars to their current squad that has led them to languish in eleventh on the premier league table. Whilst their chances of Europa League progression hinge on a nervous second-leg away at Slavia Prague.
Arteta can sign Florian Thauvin, Julian Draxler, Hakan Calhanoglu and Lucas Vazquez to strengthen its side. The four players are free agents in the summer and they haven't gotten suitable agreements with their respective clubs. Edu chief of transfers can cut his cost on wage bills that explains why he has sold the likes of Mesut Ozil, Sokratis Papastathou polos and Shkodran Mustafi.
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