Arsenal, The Awakening Beast. What Are the Gunners Up to?2 min read
Arsenal, once a team no opponent wanted to play against was not in the top 4 last season. That means, no champions league this season, again. This however might change soon. At the moment the team has spent more than any other club in the premier league for a consecutive transfer window.
During the previous transfer window Edu, an Arteta not only spent more than any other team in the premier league, but the club also spent the most in entire Europe. This already paid out considering the club is now at the top of the premier league table. So far there are 6 games played at the time of updating this data.
With 6 games played, Manchester United put an end to the perfect start in the EPL. Arsenal now has only lost that one match and is a point clear of man city in second place and their London rivals spurs. Most pundits think this is temporary for the gunners and that they don’t have the resilience of teams like Man City and Liverpool.
Where to for Arsenal
It is clear that spending the most in the league and Europe at large in the last transfer window has paid off gunners. However, the worry is arsenal’s first team is made up of young players. While this could work for them in the long run, it simply doesn’t solve the problem the team is facing at the moment. The team lacks the experience to deal with things when they get tough.
The gunners signed their current best player so far this season; Jesus from Manchester City. Man City was getting rid of the player to sign the current top scorer so far, Haaland. He has already hit double digits 6 games in the matches. This record has only been hit once before which should explain this kind of player the City is bringing in. With this in mind, it makes it impossible to think of Arsenal retaining the top position for too long.
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