To this moment, Arsenal Football Club only hope for Norwich City to deny Spurs from garnering three points in order to bounce back to fourth spot if they win against Everton. This means the Gunners still have a slight golden chance to secure Champions League Football despite losing 2-0 to Newcastle yesterday.
It has been preconceived that Arsenal board will heavily dish out money to Mikel Arteta for the purchase of the right profiles he wants on condition that the club qualifies to Champions League. However, based on the reports given by Telegraph Football, this condition will have no impact at all even if the North London club fail to finish at fourth place.
According to these reports, the Club will significantly invest in squad even if they suffer Champions League disappointment. As a result, Mikel Arteta is expected to be backed in the transfer market as they look to build on the progress made this season.
In the previous transfer window, the club never signed in any player. Rather, they focused on clearing some of the deadwood as well as sending on loan certain players that arguably seems not to be part of the manager's project. Therefore, it's expected that the club must buy a number of players this time round with profiles like Gabriel Jesus, Cordy Gakpo, Darwin Nunez, Dyabala among others being heavily linked with the move to Emirates.
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