At Arsenal, they believe in the title. They will go on a shopping spree in the winter
The Sun reports that Mikel Arteta will receive €60 million from Arsenal in the winter for three new reinforcements. In London, they believe that with the right reinforcements, the Canaries can reach the league title.
In the summer, Arsenal spent €150 million on reinforcements. For the most part, they turned out to be spectacular transfers
Currently, the Canons lead the Premier League table
To keep it that way, the Londoners intend to go shopping again in the winter. They will allocate 60 million euros for this purpose, and their list includes Yeremi Pino, Danilo or Mykhailo Mudryk
Arsenal will return to the market in the winter
Arsenal has already proven that patience pays off. The Canaries did not react impulsively when Mikel Arteta took a turn for the worse last season. The Spaniard was given a chance and is now taking full advantage of it. The Londoners not only lead the Premier League table, but also impress with their offensive play.
In the summer the club spent 150 million euros on reinforcements. For the most part, it was fantastically spent money, just to mention the purchase of Gabriel Jesús. In the English capital, however, they realize that in order to continue to perform on multiple fronts, Arteta will need to expand his squad.
The Sun reports that Arsenal intends to spend nearly €60 million on further transfer moves in the winter. The Spanish coach dreams of strengthening three positions, and the club wants to make that possible. Although the Cannoneers are currently just two points ahead of Manchester City, the directors believe the championship could return to north London this season.
The club has long fought for Douglas Luiz, but the latter recently extended his contract with Aston Villa. Now there are mainly three names on Arsenal’s wish list: Yeremi Pino of Villarreal, Danilo of Palmeiras and Mykhailo Mudryk of Shakhtar Donetsk. We’ll find out as early as winter whether the Cannoneers will be able to convince all three to move.