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Arsenals Mikel Arteta Claims That His Summer Transfer Business Is Not Yet Complete

Mikel Arteta is pleased with Arsenal’s summer, but believes the team still needs to improve in the transfer market if it is to remain competitive.
Arsenal’s most expensive signing of the window was Ben White, who cost PS50 million, but the club was associated with Tammy Abraham, James Maddison, Bernardo Silva, and Martin Odegaard, none of whom they have signed.
No one named Arsenal, who have finished eighth in back-to-back seasons, when the BBC asked its 20 television and radio analysts to predict their Premier League top fours.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta insists the club’s summer transfer business is far from over. At PS50 million, England centre back Ben White was the club’s most expensive signing of the window. ‘Everything is possible, and there are still a lot of things to be done,’ Arteta said.
‘It’s been a tough transfer window, and a lot of things are likely to happen in the next week or so.’
‘They (the fans) need to be enthralled and witness a competitive team.’
Our past is intertwined with it.
That is the goal.
And that should be the goal,’ Arteta remarked when asked about the connection Abraham, Maddison, and Co. and whether he was disappointed with the outcome.
‘You only mentioned a few names, but that tells you how much work we had to do.’
‘We are, without a doubt, dealing with the most difficult transfer market in this business in recent years, and we are attempting to adapt.’
Me, the owners, and the club all have the same goal in mind, which is to improve the team.’ Arsenal takes on Brentford in the Premier League opener on Friday night.
‘Our goal is to obtain the best version continuously that will get us closer to winning football matches,’ Arteta said when asked what defines a good season in the Premier League.
We’ll be in good shape if we do that on a regular basis.
‘But, it is something we haven’t done consistently: we haven’t consistently given the greatest version.’
‘If we win against Brentford on Friday, we’ll be in a strong position in the league,’ he stated. ‘If we win against Brentford on Friday, we’ll be in a strong position in the league.’

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