Arsenal eyeing forward signing but must offload four players

Arsenal supporters find little room for complaint regarding their club’s transfer dealings in this window, as the team has executed some exceptional transactions.

Mikel Arteta has significantly bolstered his squad by securing the services of Declan Rice, Kai Havertz, and Jurrien Timber, all the while retaining their standout performers.

Should the transfer window draw to a close at this juncture, fans would undoubtedly be content with the strength of their current squad. However, the potential for additional signings remains a possibility.

According to a report from Football Insider, Arsenal is actively pursuing another attacking player. The club is poised to finalise this signing, provided they can successfully offload certain players.

Kieran Tierney, Rob Holding, Nicolas Pepe, and Nuno Tavares have been listed on the transfer market, with Arsenal open to parting ways with any of them should a suitable offer arise. The club is eager to accommodate any serious interest from potential suitors.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Our transfer window has been a good one, but we need to find ways to offload these players. Signing players is important, but offloading the deadwood in the group is also key.

We need to ensure we can seal the deal for the departure of these men before the transfer window closes.

An unnecessarily big squad will also be problematic to the team as a small squad would be and we must find the right balance, otherwise, we will struggle to know our best team.

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  1. Arteta must not be distracted by Nketiah scoring against NForest, he’s not the type of striker that can guarantee arsenal Premier league. Arteta should learn from last season failure. Also, a good defensive midfielder still needed in arsenal team. Dont wait to the end of the season before doing the right thing. Enough is enough.

  2. According to the article, we have had a great Transfer Window so far.

    We have recruited Rice, to replace Xhaka. Seems good on the face of it, but can Rice score goals like Xhaka?

    We have brought in Timber, who now looks like being out for the first half of the season.

    But best of all, for those of you who watched TV in the late 1950s, we have brought in a Mr Brady!!

    We still do not have a bustling, unsettling striker like Ivan Toney.

    Arteta seems to have ruined last season’s excellent defence by leaving Gabrielle on the bench.

    Our midfield is so overcrowded that players are getting in each others way.

    What are we now, Arsenal or Man City lite!!!

    Mikel, please be your own man, and not a poor man’s imitation Pep!!!!

  3. ” Signing players is important, but offloading the deadwood in the group is key”.

    Am not sure Tierney is a deadwood, he’s just not the gaffer cup of tea.

    1. Arsenal needs to have a plan be style of Play and that is were players like Tierney come in. he is a great one v One defender and does the simple thing very well. Sometimes you need this plus he pops in with the occassional goal

  4. A striker hopefully. Jesus can compete as striker and RW with Saka, gives us more options.

    A backup RW will never challenge Saka and only impact in much fewer games.

    Besides, ESR, Nelson, and Vieira need minutes, so don’t think another winger is necessary.

  5. I don’t think that Holding has been listed for sale!having said that, I’m sure if a decent offer for him comes, it’ll be considered.i’m surprised teams at the lower end of the table,promoted teams..have no interest in him.

  6. The bogus report from Footballer Insider blithely states, without adhred of evidence nor even a single rumoured name mentioned, “it is believed we are after a striker”. Believed? By whom? Not by me for sure!l
    But then I am not gullible.

    Some of us were not born yesterday and never take notice of blunt generalised, non specific statements which say precisely nothing of any detail.
    Its all hot air and not worth taking seriously.

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