Arsenal are set to welcome Everton at the Emirates this Sunday in a Premier League encounter. The Londoners are well aware of a possibility to miss out on Champions League football next season. Especially if Tottenham Hotspur win their last game of the season against Norwich City.
And ahead of summer Arteta in his pre-match press conference, "We are going to have certain resources, not limited resources. We have to find a way again to do what we did last summer.
It's clear and obvious, we are not where we should be. It takes time to be there. "The manager concluded as per Arsenal.com. With a possibility of Gunners to lose both Lacazette and Nketiah who are running down their contract as they expire in June.
Surely the London side will have to even replace Aubameyang in which their former captain left in last winter to join Catalans in Laliga, Barcelona. As per Sunsport, both Calvert-Lewin from the Everton side and Darwin Nunez from Benfica have been linked with a move to Emirates stadium this summer.
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