For Arteta, Arsenal are seeking to recruit more quality players during the summer transfer window in order to aid him in the next season. It’s especially important now because the likelihood of returning to Champions League football in the next season is becoming more plausible.
Tottenham Hotspur are now in fourth place in the standings, with just two points between them and fifth-placed Arsenal. Meanwhile, with just four games left in the season, the two teams will be locked in a tight competition for a spot in the top four.
The red side of London, on the other hand, will be trying to increase the number of players at Emirates stadium. As reported by The Express, players such as Christian Pulisic of Chelsea have been linked with a move to Arsenal.
Craig Burley, a former Chelsea midfielder, has been named to the Premier League’s All Star Team “I think a team such as, for example, West Ham United. It is a step back, but I believe it is a necessary step back in order to get regular game time.” He came to an end in an interview with ESPN FC.
Shaka Hislop, a former West Ham goalkeeper, added the following to those words: “It doesn’t matter if you walk into that Arsenal team with (Gabriel) Martinelli, (Emile) Smith Rowe, (Nicolas) Pepe, who hasn’t been great, and (Bukayo) Saka. You still have to get rid of these individuals from the squad.” Shaka came to a close.
Arsenal will now have to decide whether or not to pursue the services of any of the other players who may be interested in joining the already strong playing squad under Arteta. So, too, are players like Gabriel Jesus, who are widely expected to join the Gunners, but who may find it simpler to get into the squad. In order to gain entry into the team since both Lacazette and Nketiah are nearing the end of their contracts and might become free agents this summer.