The gunners have wasted no time on the transfer window ahead of the 2022-23 premier league season with Mikel Arteta doing his best to strengthen his squad for the new season.
Three players have already completed their signing in Emirates club and more are still expected to come. Some of the new faces that have joined Arsenal include,winger Marquinhos, midfielder Fabio Vieira,and goalkeeper Matt Turner .Gabriel Jesus transfer from Manchester City has reportedly been completed with only the official announcement to come.
Serge Gnabry continues to be linked to Arsenal in the transfer window this summer.Arsenal are interested in signing Bayern Munich forward Serge Gnabry as Michael Arteta continues his summer overhaul. Gabriel Jesus is expected to make his move in the coming days but Gnabry remains target. Arteta is focused in bringing talented players in the club to improve performance of the team in the coming tournaments. In the last season Arsenal finished the league at number 5 and qualified for Europa league 2022-2023
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