After completing the signing of Martin Odegaard and Aaron Ramsdale from Real Madrid and Sheffield United, respectively, Arsenal already had hit spent £130 Million in the transfer market. In normal scenarios, that kind of spending could be what Arsenal fans would have wanted from the club's board after a dismal performance at the end of the last season.
Arsenal have to date signed three players's in midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga from Anderlecht, Left back Nuno Tavares from Benfica and centre back Ben White from premier league rivals Brighton and sources close to the club indicate they are still in the market for an attacking midfielder. Leicester's James Maddison, Real Madrid's Martin Odegaard and Olympic Lyon attacking midfielder Houssem Aouar are some of the high profile names the gunners have scouted this summer and should a move for any of their prime targets fail to materialize, the club have earmarked Brazilian and West Bromwich Albion playmaker Matheus Perreira as an option.
Premier League side Arsenal host London rivals Chelsea in a London derby at the Emirates stadium with the gunners hoping to bounce back from their humiliation away to Brentford while Chelsea will be looking to extend their form after beating Crystal Palace in their season opener. As expected, German shot-stopper Bernd Leno keeps his place in the goal post and will be looking to keep an elusive clean sheet against a free-flowing Chelsea side who will be a worthy opponent to the gunners.
Arsenal have identified Leicester city midfielder James Maddison and Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez as possible potential signings for the club this summer. The Gunners have presented a formal bid of £60m for Maddison, but reports earlier indicated that the foxes are willing to accept cash plus a player.
Arsenal has completed the signing of £50 million star from Brighton, Ben White as well as Nuno Tavares and Albert Sambi Lokonga from Benfica and Anderlecht respectively. Although they made these signing, they were thrashed 2-0 by a newly promoted team, Brentford in a kickoff match of the season.
A busy transfer is underway for Arsenal as they aim at bolstering their mildfield. So far the club has confirmed and announced the signing of Albert Sambi Lokonga. However, their are good news to the fans as another mildfielder has just changed mind and ready to join the club.
Premier League side Arsenal could have their fans excited in this transfer window with sources close to the club now indicating that the club will turn their attention towards the signing of a central attacking midfielder after confirming the Ben White deal. Arsenal have already sealed the signature of highly-rated midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga and Portuguese left-back Nuno Tavares who have featured for the club in their pre-season friendlies and Ben White completed his medicals at the club on Wednesday.
With barely two weeks to the closure of this transfer window, Arsenal is uncharacteristically leading the way in terms of money spent. Below is a list of teams that have spent the highest amount of money on transfers. 1) Arsenal As of 20th/8/2021, Arsenal has already signed Ben White for £50m, Albert Sambi,£15m, Nuno Tavares,£7million, Martin Odegaard,£30m and a deal has been agreed for Ramsdale at £24m.
Arsenal have finally picked up in the transfer market with acquisitions of Nuno Tavares from Benfica and the latest Albert Sambi from Anderletch. Arteta seems to have plans put in place as he tries to build his play from the back. Having acquired the services of Sambi, could this be Arsenal's best and most dominant midfield combination?
Mikel Arteta will have to change his tactics for the next fixture after Arsenal failing to secure a win in their last three matches. Mikel Arteta need to reshuffle his squad and each player to be reassigned their respective roles if Arsenal want to excel in future. With the red-card of Granit Xhaka set to take precedence over three coming matches, Mikel Arteta will be forced to replace him with Albert Sambi Lokonga.
The 23-year-old centre-back, who made 36 Premier League appearances for Brighton this season after spending the 2019-20 season on loan at Leeds. They remain interested in Brighton's Mat Ryan, who spent the second half of the 2021/22 season on loan at the Emirates stadium. The Gunners' interest in Ramsdale throws into doubt the future of Bernd Leno, who may move on after three years at the club.
The Arsenal board and Mikel Arteta are trying to catch up in the summer transfer window after a poor start. The Gunners lost the race for Emilio Buendia to Aston Villa, but they managed to sign Nuno Tavares and Albert Sambi Lokonga who have already impressed on their debuts.
Arsenal have been handed a blow following the news that their key strikers Alexandre Lacazette and Piere-Emirick Aubameyang are set to miss their today opening English premier league clash against newly promoted Brentford. According to Athletic both forwards will be unavailable as they are not feeling well. Aubameyang made all six Arsenal's pre-season matches.
Premier League giants Arsenal travel to Brentford for a London derby in their opening match of the campaign on Friday and their manager Mikel Arteta could deploy two of his three summer signings into the starting lineup. The gunners have had mixed fortunes in their pre-season friendlies and will be hoping to hit the ground running when they make the short trip across London to the newly-promoted side who will be relying on their talisman Ivan Toney for goals.
J90Arsenal have just confirmed their fourth summer signing with Mikel Arteta determined to turn things around and build a title winning machine. The Gunners have already made three key summer signings which include former Brighton defender Ben White, left-back Nuno Tavares and Belgian midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga at an accumulative fee of $72m.
Arsenal today have played Millwall in Arsenal's training ground London Colney where Calum Chambers propelled the Gunners ahead after Aubameyang's acrobat was saved by the keeper as the gunners led at the break. In the second have, Arsenal had two in five minutes with Alexander Lacazette scoring a thumping header from Calum Chambers cross at the 60th minute.
Abraham, 23, has struggled for regular game time since Thomas Tuchel took over from now ex-Blues boss and club legend Frank Lampard in late January. However, a reported price tag of £40million-plus put on Abraham by the club has prevented any deal taking place at this current moment.
Three weeks remain before the transfer window closes and most teams are trying as much as they can to improve their squads. Arsenal is one of the biggest club that is seriously involved in the market. The club's manager has turned attention to the attacking area after signing a midfielder [Albert Sambi] and a left back [Nuno Travares].
Arsenal's Mikel Arteta seems to be in serious business this transfer window after the latest signing of Albert Sambi from Anderletch. The young midfielder's arrival follows that of Nuno Tavares. This is a great stride for Arteta towards achieving success next season. Albert Sambi proved to be a relliable midfielder last season and these are the three qualities that he brings to Arsenal;
DONE DEAL: Arsenal Striker Leaves The Club, Joins English Club. The 2021-22 season is set to launch in three weeks time, Armory have been truly dynamic in the exchange market as Mikel Arteta desires to support his side in front of the Head Association season which will begin one month from now.