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More Trouble For Arteta As Arsenal Dealt Huge 3 years Champions League Blow After £160m Summer Spree

Gunner's Current Premier League Position.

Arsenal have struggled to the start of the current Premier league campaign. Especially with three first straight defeats to Brentford, Manchester City and Chelsea.

But Gunner's have picked themselves up and took six points. From back to back premier league wins. Against Norwich and Burnley respectively.

What Next For Arsenal.

Arteta is busy preparing his troops for tonight outing as well. Not the European competition as one would imagine. As they neither participate in Europa league nor. Champions league not even the new European Conference League.

Arsenal are up against AFC Wimbledon in the Carabao Cup fifth round. The Spaniard looks forward to many of the fridge players. To grab a fantastic performance and results. Ahead of weekend London Derby.

Any Signs Of European Football Next Summer.

Arteta's men are far away in the European positions in the Premier league table. And with the investments made by rivals Leicester City, West Ham, Manchester clubs, Chelsea and Liverpool. Not forgetting Everton and Spurs having started well.

There no immediate signs of return to European football. For the first time nearly 30 years for the club. And that has taken to attention of former players and current employees.

What Has Been Said On European Football.

As per the Sun, former Arsenal defender and Germany International. Per Mertesacker has highlighted the difficulties on possible Arsenal return to European football.

Per said, "Massive transition, that's what I would class it as. It was clear when Arsene left ( in 2018). The void that needed to be filled wouldn't get sorted. In a couple of season's or three to four years.

That's not the reality, I think the earlier we get on. The train of we are in a big, big transition still ( the better)." Concluded the Arsenal academy Director to The Beautiful Game Podcast. As he answered to where he sees the club. And asked Arteta be given time.

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