Arsenal full-back plans for the summer revealed

Arsenal will look to improve their squad when the transfer window reopens.

The Gunners spent a lot of money in the summer, but they have a long-term plan to make their team competitive again.

Mikel Arteta has been trusted to transform them into one of England’s Champions League campaigners and they will probably support him again after this season concludes.

Several positions in his team need to be revamped and one of them is their full-back slots.

After allowing Sead Kolasinac to join Schalke 04 in the last transfer window, the Gunners have just Kieran Tierney as their natural left-back.

The Scotsman is an impressive player, but he will need help from an alternative left-back so he can be rested for some games.

Football London says Arsenal is planning to add a new left-back to their team when the transfer window reopens and the profile they are looking for is a younger signing who can be an understudy to the former Celtic man.

They also have plans for the opposite flank where there is much more uncertainty.

Hector Bellerin might leave the club and the report says they will replace him and Edu likes Achraf Hakimi.

Tags Hector Bellerin Kieran Tierney

3 Comments

  1. Wyoming says:

    My plans for Arsenal.
    An owner who is passionate about football and especially Arsenal. A passionate and knowledgeable fan base who love their team and respect all other clubs and their fans.
    A clear vision for the club and how we are to achieve this.
    A passionate manager who is knowledgeable innovative honest fair and reaches out to the fans often.
    As for the team.
    Two quality players in every position with a capable U21 player as 3rd option would be ideal.
    A greater emphasis on home grown players the aim to have 7 HG players starting every game
    A much lower transfer spend should then be possible say 50mill max each season.
    Two season contracts then one year extension.
    A much lower salary scale say a base of 20-30 k p/w with substantial win bonus incentives would save 50 m per season.
    A focus on the Premier league and the FA Cup.
    High rotation to keep players fresh.
    League cup and Europa League group stage matches for the U21 players only.
    A strong commitment to attacking high goal scoring football.

    1. Atid says:

      Lol, 20-30k 🤣🤣🤣

      While City are set to pay Messi and haaland 500 and 600k

      You are asking the likes of Cedric and chambers to take a pay cut on that money. I couldn’t even begin on the rest of your Draconian stuff. 10 out of 10 for effort though.

  2. Grandad says:

    Lots of commendable objectives and indeed moral principles on your list Wyoming.Unfortunately you immediately hit a brick wall in that our owner does not measure up to your requirements, and is never likely to.Wyoming is a state in the USA which I would love to visit.Plenty space , mountains and rivers and not densely populated.A bit like Scotland in some ways.

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