Arsenal football club are doing well in preparation of next premier league season. The club have already gotten the services of Gabriel Jesus, Fabio Viera and Maquinhos to strengthen their squad. The addition of the three being an objective of the north Londoners, the club have started their premier league friendlies having hosted one yesterday against Ipswich in closed doors.
Secondly, the gunners who yesterday trashed Ipswich 5 goals to 1 will continue preparing with both Tielesman, Lisandro Martinez and Gnabry being in their transfer list in the pursuit to strengthen the squad.
If Arsenal manages to pull some of their targets, it will poise a threat to most English Premier league teams following they have active squad currently and have added some in the attack too.
The combination of Gabriel Martinelli, Gabriel Jesus and Saka upfront is another reason why the club will be on fire next season.
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