The Gunners have already identified several special talents after the transfer window opened and they have made a milestone welcoming some to their squad.
However, the Sparniad coaching guru Mik Arteta has already identified one signing that will make Arsenal a very big threat to opponents. He alleges that he is very excited after signing this special Portuguese talent.
This is after the warm welcoming Fabio Vieira to premier, a big move that has made the Sparniad not to hold his happiness on media.
He claims Fabio is a creative player and will bring a lot of versatility to Gunners attacking play.
Speaking earlier this month, the Sparniad did not fear to allegedly say. "I am very excited that we have identified and signed such a special talent. Fabio is a very creative player that will bring high quality and versatility to our attacking play. We welcome Fabio and his family to our club and are looking forward to starting work with him ahead of the new season."
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