Arsenal football club has made the wrong history of failing to score in three opening games of the season. This is the first time this has happened in the last 135 years. This has made the fans call for Arteta sacking.
Didmus Barasa however seems to be having a solution to this problem. He has jokingly asked Arsenal to consider signing him in the next transfer window. He posted a photo of himself playing soccer with village girls at a past function.
Arsenal currently sits pretty at the bottom of the premier table, being a relegation candidate. They have so far conceded nine goals, two in every game. Mike Arteta is under pressure and the club might be scouting for a new coach.
If Arteta leaves, the sporting director, Edu, might also be asked to leave as well. The duo has not made a significant signing even after spending over $100 million in this transfer market.
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