Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta facing likely £50million transfer blow

Arsenal look likely to lose out on £50m in the transfer market.

Mikel Arteta looks like facing an extremely challenging first summer transfer window due to Arsenal’s current struggles in the fight for a European place.

The Gunners are languishing in 10th in the Premier League at the moment after a pretty miserable campaign, even if there have been signs of improvement since Arteta replaced Unai Emery as manager.

Arteta, however, clearly still needs signings to improve this below-par squad, though the Sun state we’re currently on course to miss out on around £50million if we don’t get into Europe next season.

Our best bet now is surely winning the Europa League in order to get back into the Champions League, as even a top six finish looks far from guaranteed.

The Sun state that failure to secure a place in Europe could have a huge impact on Arteta’s transfer plans for the summer, and it really doesn’t bare thinking about how much that could set us back.

4 Comments

  1. Reggie says:

    I wish people would accept we are in trouble thanks to a mix of Gazidis, Wenger and Emery. We need our undeperforming squad to ignite and we need European football. This isn’t something we can get out of by throwing money at, it is a hole we have been guided into from past regimes. We need our youth andxwe need to sell in the summer, we are starting at rock bottom again.

    1. Diogenes says:

      Yeah, Wenger, thanks for choosing Emery to be your successor and then spending 200 M on new players after Emery joined and still making the team worse.
      You really screwed it up Wenger.
      I really hope your next summer’s signings work out better than the ones of the past 2 years and that the tactics you force upon Arteta begin producing results.
      It’s time you stop ruining us, Arsene.

    2. Bobs says:

      You need your head check of you think Wenger is the cost of our problems after 2years of him leaving and spending over 200M

      Leceister sold most of there best players and never spend over 200M and yet they are above us.

      Stay in one place and never move forward because you thought Wenger is your problem

  2. Reggie says:

    Read the post bone head, it says it started with Wenger and Gazidis and then Emery, which is pretty obvious without thinking too hard. Thats why we are where we are today, two sackings and a jumper off a ship he started to sink. I dont single Wenger out but implement him, with other suspects. Thats fact.

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