Arsenal football club spent more money last summer transfer window, but they did not get all the targets of Mikel Arteta.
The Gunners have been struggling this new season as they have already lost three matches in which they conceded nine goals without scoring a single goal.
However, Mikel Arteta managed to get two wins from the Norwich City and Burnley games where they scored two goals only.
According to Express Sports news reports, Arsenal director of football Edu's transfer mistake is being exposed this season as they did not make firm interest in a player that was Arteta's target who could have solved their scoring woes.
The reports claim that Edu never pushed hard to sign Tammy Abraham from Chelsea. Tammy Abraham was available for just £34 million which was quickly paid by Jose Mourinho's AS Roma.
The young Englishman is currently thriving in Italy, while Alexander Lacazette and Pierre Emerick Aubameyang are struggling to score goals for Mikel Arteta.
Tammy Abraham celebrating after scoring (Photo Credit: Facebook)
This huge transfer mistake will always haunt them until the club signs a top striker who will assist the club to score goals which are very important for a top club in the English Premier league.
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