Arsenal are the biggest spendors in the Premier League after using £145 Million to sign 6 new players. Arteta is looking forward to bolster his squad & challenge for the UEFA Champions League. The Gunners signed Martin Odegaard, Aaron Ramsdale, Tomiyasu, Ben White, Sambi Lokonga & Nuno Tavres in Summer 2021 Transfer window.
Albert Sambi Lokonga: Photo: Arsenal/Facebook. Arsenal's English Premier League (EPL) season does not seem to be getting better after losing the second consecutive match in the 2021/2022 campaign. Two first half goals from Romelu Lukaku and Reece James in the first half dimmed the hopes of Arsenal picking a point in two EPL matches further angering their already dejected fans.
Big News From Emirates As Arsenal Star Thomas Partey & Tomiyasu Resumes Training Ahead of EPL Action
Arsenal Midfielder Thomas Partey has resumed training at London Coloney ahead of upcoming Premier League fixtue. Partey return is a big boost to Arsenal midfield after Granit Xhaka was shown a red card against Manchester City in a match where Gunners where thwarted 5-0 at Etihad. Arsenal are currently anchored at the bottom of the table with no goals & no points in 3 Premier League matches.
Arsenal have endured a dreadful start to their 2021/2022 Premeir league campaign, having lost their opening 3 matches, without scoring a single goal & have conceded 9 goals in the process which leaves them languishing 20th in the PL table with 0 points. The North Londoner giants have had a busy summer transfer window, with the club bringing in six new signings this summer, in a bid to build a formidable squad that can compete for a top four finish in the PL this season & challenge for major honours.
Arsenal is determined to bounce back to winning ways over the weekend when they host Chelsea. The Gunners lost their opening fixture to the newly-promoted side, Brentford last weekend. The Blues on the other hand smashed Crystal palace 3- 0 at Stamford Bridge. Arteta will miss the services of several first-team players who have been ruled out due to injury issues.
Arsenal is determined to play champions league football next season that is why the club has spent a lot of cash during the summer transfer window in signing new players. The club has signed several quality players to strengthen the current squad. Mikel Arteta will have a hard task after the International break in ensuring the club bounces back to winning ways after losing the first three matches of the season.
Inside Arsenals Expensive Transfer Business Last Summer Where They Spent £143 Million. Arsenal took part in the transfer Business last summer with their last signing coming in on the transfer deadline day, and they tried their best to sign players who impressed them and believe they will take them far in the season 2021/2022.
Arsenal have spend over £150 Million last summer transfer window to sign 6 new quality players. The Gunners most expensive signing of the summer was Ben White who joined Emirates at €50 Million from Brighton while Martin Odegaard was second most expensive player after signing for Arsenal at €30 Million.
Arsenal play against Norwich City this weekend on Saturday in an English Premier League match dubbed "relegation derby" This is because none of the two teams has so far gotten any points, and are sitting below the table. Arsenal are set to have a full house (full squad) for the first time this season with all players returning back from injuries.Thomas Partey, Gabriel Magalhaes and the likes of Lacazette are now available.Below is how Arsenal might line up for Norwich.The major dilemma in selection is how to accommodate Emile Smith Rowe and Martin Odegaard together considering both are very good young players.
Arsenal started the season with poor performance, they managed to sigh Ben White, Sambi Lokonga and Nuno Tavares before the season started, and after their opening game with the newly-promoted club, 'Brentford' and they loss 2-0 to Brentford where Arsenal stars Aubameyang and Lacazatte we're not available.
Arsenal have taken the ongoing summer transfer window by storm, with manager Mikel Arteta keen on strengthening a few areas in his current squad by bringing in quality signings so as to build a strong squad that can challenge for major honours this season. After sealing the deal to bring in Norwegian attacking Midfielder Martin Odegaard from Real Madrid on a permanent move a few hours ago, the Mikel Arteta's led side have also confirmed the signature of England shot stopper Aaron Ramsdale from Sheffield United for £24m.
During Halftime in Derby encounter match between the Blues and the Gunners, Arsenal fans did not hold up their emotions as they booed their players as that was their first home match in the new season as reported by The Sun via Football Daily in their Twitter account. At Half-time ,Arsenal were already 2-0 down following goals from the Chelsea Marquee signing Romelu Lukaku and Reece James.
Many Premier league clubs suffer from defensive crisis though at some points others succeed while others failed due to such defensive errors. According to Arsenal's transfer across all signing done by Mikel Arteta, it has clearly shown that he is a manager that will always build a team defensively forgetting where goals will come from.
Arsenal are set to face Manchester City for the first time this season, the Gunners are looking to win their first game of the season after losing two consecutive Premier League games against Brentford and Chelsea respectively. However, with top players now back to the club's squad, the Gunners now look set to clash with their arch-rivals Man City.
According to daily canon and Football London, Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka has signed a new long-term contract with Arsenal that will see him at Emirates until 2025. Granit Xhaka joined Arsenal from Borussia Monchengladbach in 2016 and has even captained Arsenal in their first Premier League game in the 2021/22 Premier League season which they lost 2-0 to the newly-promoted side Brentford.
Many Arsenal fans will be pleased with their club's transfer business thus far, which has included the signings of Ben White, Sambi Lokonga, Martin Odergaard, and Nuno Tavares, as well as the departures of Guendozi, Willock, and Torreira. With these transactions completed, one would question if Arsenal will have any further incoming or outgoing transfers.
The Gunners have of late been struggling in the English premier league competition, recording the continued losses that have been very disappointing to both the supporters and the club itself. With the arrival of Mikel Arteta, the club has seemed to make some renovations trough perfect transfers through this season they will not be participating in the European competition after finishing eighth in the English premier league table last season.
Hi everyone welcome to our today's football article relax and feel free. It's another golden chance to have you back in this episode of our football news arena where we talk of latest updates and trending stories in sport.The summer transfer window is ongoing and clubs are still signing players.It is also important to know how much the clubs have spent so far.Manchester United tops after spending £114 million in signing the likes of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane.
Arsenal have been missing the $45m signing since the start of this season due to injured he got during preseason against Chelsea. The North London have been struggling in the midfield due to his absent. The likes of Elneny and Sambi Lokonga have not able to wear his shoes in the middle of the park and have led to The Gunners losing all their first three games with the last conceeding 5-0 against Manchester City.
The Gunners have already secured the likes of Ben White, Sambi Lokonga and Nuno Travares and linked with several players around the top leagues. Arsenal's long term target and Real Madrid's player Martin Odegaard could complete his return to Arsenal this week. As reported by football.london on Tuesday night, Arsenal are closing in on sealing a permanent deal for Odegaard having agreed with Real Madrid for a fee on the region of £29 millions.