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Mikel Arteta trying to make adjustments to raise funds for new players in midfield.

Arsenal are in pursuit of more quality in their squad after the last silverware they won at Wembley. Mikel Arteta has emphasized the need for monetary assistance for club aspirations, but it looks he has to manage somehow without them.

The footballing world has seen the rise of quality football even without money in contemporary times. Ligue 1 side Olympique Lyon and Nagelsman’s RP Leipzig are bulwarks to establish football can happen without financial giants.

The prospect of dreaming doesn’t cease without the “I can buy you off” mentality. When the whole world watched Bayern decimate a French powerhouse without even half the spending of Paris, Arteta was watching too.

Consequently, the club has decided to go for big stars, yet after clearing their house, or so to say, their garage. The market, though crippled in a pandemic quagmire, does not have much reduction in asking prices of stars.

Arsenal players that may leave Emirates

Arsenal players that may leave Emirates

1. Matteo Guenndouzi: The Frenchman may have brought with him tremendous promise in 2018, but he fizzled out in a very abrupt fashion. When the ‘neck-grabbing’ incident happened against Brighton, that was the nail in his coffin.

Under Emery perhaps, he may have had a future, under Arteta, he doesn’t. The 21-year-old has been training alone since the incident. Arteta doesn’t see him in his future plans as well. Sadly, the youngster is definitely leaving and the gunners need £40 million for him, for his age and they need money too!

2. Lucas Torreira: The Uruguayan enjoyed the serious spotlight under Emery. He rose to become the midfield pivot, with Xhaka almost certain for an exit. Now the tables have turned and Torriera has just 39 appearances for arsenal against 50 last year.

Arsenal is still in the race for Thomas Partey and Torreira will be the one to take the bullet. The player, just 24, himself is interested to leave as well. He had arrived from Italy, and AC Milan wants him back in the country again.

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3. Henrikh Mkhitaryan: The Armenian may pride in the fact of learning multiple languages proficiently, but his consistency at a club has been rather inconspicuous. After leaving St. Iduna Park, Mkhitaryan has just won the Europa with Manchester United.

Ever since, he has left England, after a brief spell at Arsenal, for Italy. The rise of Bukayo Saka on the wings and Nicolas Pepe in the midfield has rather canceled his “return pass”. The 31-year-old too is almost certain to leave Emirates, making way for fresh signings. (Stats source: Transfermarkt)

Twelfth Man Opinion

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Arsenal are in a great position in the transfer market after Arteta got a certificate of progress – the FA Cup. As a result, they could land Lille defender Gabriel in their team sheet for next season. However, signing Partey away from Spain may be an uphill battle.

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Secondly, while Mkhitaryan’s exit makes sense, losing 2 promising youngsters in their relatively “early” days at Arsenal may become dicey. Kroenke can, however, rescue the “garage sale” by injecting money, but that hardly looks like a possibility. 

Mikel Arteta trying to make adjustments to raise funds for new players in midfield.

Arsenal are in pursuit of more quality in their squad after the last silverware they won at Wembley. Mikel Arteta has emphasized the need for monetary assistance for club aspirations, but it looks he has to manage somehow without them.

The footballing world has seen the rise of quality football even without money in contemporary times. Ligue 1 side Olympique Lyon and Nagelsman’s RP Leipzig are bulwarks to establish football can happen without financial giants.

The prospect of dreaming doesn’t cease without the “I can buy you off” mentality. When the whole world watched Bayern decimate a French powerhouse without even half the spending of Paris, Arteta was watching too.

Consequently, the club has decided to go for big stars, yet after clearing their house, or so to say, their garage. The market, though crippled in a pandemic quagmire, does not have much reduction in asking prices of stars.

Arsenal players that may leave Emirates

Arsenal players that may leave Emirates

1. Matteo Guenndouzi: The Frenchman may have brought with him tremendous promise in 2018, but he fizzled out in a very abrupt fashion. When the ‘neck-grabbing’ incident happened against Brighton, that was the nail in his coffin.

Under Emery perhaps, he may have had a future, under Arteta, he doesn’t. The 21-year-old has been training alone since the incident. Arteta doesn’t see him in his future plans as well. Sadly, the youngster is definitely leaving and the gunners need £40 million for him, for his age and they need money too!

2. Lucas Torreira: The Uruguayan enjoyed the serious spotlight under Emery. He rose to become the midfield pivot, with Xhaka almost certain for an exit. Now the tables have turned and Torriera has just 39 appearances for arsenal against 50 last year.

Arsenal is still in the race for Thomas Partey and Torreira will be the one to take the bullet. The player, just 24, himself is interested to leave as well. He had arrived from Italy, and AC Milan wants him back in the country again.

3. Henrikh Mkhitaryan: The Armenian may pride in the fact of learning multiple languages proficiently, but his consistency at a club has been rather inconspicuous. After leaving St. Iduna Park, Mkhitaryan has just won the Europa with Manchester United.

Ever since, he has left England, after a brief spell at Arsenal, for Italy. The rise of Bukayo Saka on the wings and Nicolas Pepe in the midfield has rather canceled his “return pass”. The 31-year-old too is almost certain to leave Emirates, making way for fresh signings. (Stats source: Transfermarkt)

Twelfth Man Opinion

Arsenal are in a great position in the transfer market after Arteta got a certificate of progress – the FA Cup. As a result, they could land Lille defender Gabriel in their team sheet for next season. However, signing Partey away from Spain may be an uphill battle.

Secondly, while Mkhitaryan’s exit makes sense, losing 2 promising youngsters in their relatively “early” days at Arsenal may become dicey. Kroenke can, however, rescue the “garage sale” by injecting money, but that hardly looks like a possibility. 

Mikel Arteta trying to make adjustments to raise funds for new players in midfield.

Arsenal are in pursuit of more quality in their squad after the last silverware they won at Wembley. Mikel Arteta has emphasized the need for monetary assistance for club aspirations, but it looks he has to manage somehow without them.

The footballing world has seen the rise of quality football even without money in contemporary times. Ligue 1 side Olympique Lyon and Nagelsman’s RP Leipzig are bulwarks to establish football can happen without financial giants.

The prospect of dreaming doesn’t cease without the “I can buy you off” mentality. When the whole world watched Bayern decimate a French powerhouse without even half the spending of Paris, Arteta was watching too.

Consequently, the club has decided to go for big stars, yet after clearing their house, or so to say, their garage. The market, though crippled in a pandemic quagmire, does not have much reduction in asking prices of stars.

Arsenal players that may leave Emirates

Arsenal players that may leave Emirates

1. Matteo Guenndouzi: The Frenchman may have brought with him tremendous promise in 2018, but he fizzled out in a very abrupt fashion. When the ‘neck-grabbing’ incident happened against Brighton, that was the nail in his coffin.

Under Emery perhaps, he may have had a future, under Arteta, he doesn’t. The 21-year-old has been training alone since the incident. Arteta doesn’t see him in his future plans as well. Sadly, the youngster is definitely leaving and the gunners need £40 million for him, for his age and they need money too!

2. Lucas Torreira: The Uruguayan enjoyed the serious spotlight under Emery. He rose to become the midfield pivot, with Xhaka almost certain for an exit. Now the tables have turned and Torriera has just 39 appearances for arsenal against 50 last year.

Arsenal is still in the race for Thomas Partey and Torreira will be the one to take the bullet. The player, just 24, himself is interested to leave as well. He had arrived from Italy, and AC Milan wants him back in the country again.

3. Henrikh Mkhitaryan: The Armenian may pride in the fact of learning multiple languages proficiently, but his consistency at a club has been rather inconspicuous. After leaving St. Iduna Park, Mkhitaryan has just won the Europa with Manchester United.

Ever since, he has left England, after a brief spell at Arsenal, for Italy. The rise of Bukayo Saka on the wings and Nicolas Pepe in the midfield has rather canceled his “return pass”. The 31-year-old too is almost certain to leave Emirates, making way for fresh signings. (Stats source: Transfermarkt)

Twelfth Man Opinion

Arsenal are in a great position in the transfer market after Arteta got a certificate of progress – the FA Cup. As a result, they could land Lille defender Gabriel in their team sheet for next season. However, signing Partey away from Spain may be an uphill battle.

Secondly, while Mkhitaryan’s exit makes sense, losing 2 promising youngsters in their relatively “early” days at Arsenal may become dicey. Kroenke can, however, rescue the “garage sale” by injecting money, but that hardly looks like a possibility. 

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