Arsenal are having one of their finest transfer windows in recent memory. Marquinhos, Fabio Viera, Matt Turner, and Gabriel Jesus have all been signed, but that's not the end of Arsenal's transfer business; Arteta and Edu are still in the market for Raphinha and Lisandro Martinez.
Noel Whelan feels Arsenal's Premier League rivals should be worried about the team Arteta may have at his disposal next season.
Speaking to Ewan Kingsbury of Football Insider, Noel Whelan claims, "You’ve got to be excited if you’re an Arsenal fan, haven’t you? For years they haven’t really spent much, so they’ve got to be pretty optimistic after this window.
"They’ve got a really competitive squad now to go out and run Tottenham close for the Champions League places."
Last season, Arsenal squandered a great chance to finish in the top four (due to late-season losses to Tottenham and Newcastle) and failed to break their five-year Champions League drought.
Apart from winning any silverware they can get their hands on, qualifying for Champions League football will be a must for the Gunners next season. (Football Insider)
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