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WHEN ARTETA'S TRANSFER BINGE BEGINS, HOW ARSENAL MIGHT LINE UP FOR THE UPCOMING SEASON MIGHT INCLUDE

Kelvin Acheampong   2022-06-25   34 Valid views



ARSENAL could boast a frightening starting line up next season if Mikel Arteta managed to sign all of his reported targets. 

The Gunners' late spring spending looks set to proceed, with a lot of profoundly evaluated stars connected with a change to the Emirates.

One of those is Leeds star Raphinha, who the Gunners are supposedly setting up a second proposal for in the wake of having a first offered dismissed.

It would take a major cash offer in overabundance of £60million to sign the 25-year-old conservative.

Also, his appearance could drive Arteta into changing celebrity Bukayo Saka from the right to the left.

A development change could likewise be on the cards in the event that Arsenal figure out how to get it done for Leicester midfielder Youri Tielemans .

It has previously been a bustling summer at Arsenal, with three players joining the club up to this point. There are a lot more players reputed to join the club, with Leeds' Raphinha a name being connected to various clubs with Arsenal one of the main competitors to sign the winger.

It has been accounted for that Arsenal have had an offered dismissed for the Brazilian worldwide, with his future at Elland Road subject to a £65 million delivery provision. This asking cost could be a potential hindrance for any arrangement with the Gunners prone to have to offer players to finance such an enormous expense, having proactively marked Fabio Vieira from Porto and Marquinhos from Sao Paolo, while an arrangement for Matt Turner has likewise been concurred.

Another inquiry that would should be addressed is whether there is a need to sign Raphinha by any stretch of the imagination, invigorated the Gunners' in the conservative position. The marking of Vieira has reinforced that position and presently the Gunners have two remaining footed conservatives with Bukayo Saka as of now at the club.

What can't be questioned is the 25-year-old's quality, with his appearances for Brazil exhibiting the abilities which Leeds fans are now mindful of. He was a vital figure in the Yorkshire club's Premier League endurance last season, scoring 11 objectives in 35 games as well as making his presentation for Brazil, following which he has scored three objectives in nine matches such a long ways for his country.

The inquiry is - where might Raphinha fit in should the Gunners take action? Here, we investigate how the Gunners could arrange next season.