The Gunners are expected to have limited funds following their Europa League defeat and could have to find cheap options and bargains to strengthen.
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- Joseph Miles4 minutes agoJune 4, 2019
ARSENAL have launched a £37million double swoop for Sampdoria duo Dennis Praet and Joachim Andersen, according to reports in Italy.
The cash-strapped Gunners are desperate to bolster their side this summer despite missing out on Champions League football.
- Joseph Miles44 minutes agoJune 4, 2019
- Joseph Miles1 hour agoJune 4, 2019
ARSENAL face a battle to keep Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after he received a £300,000-a-week offer from China.
According to reports, Shanghai SIPG are among the Chinese Super League clubs interested in the Gabon striker, 29.
- James Orr10 hours agoJune 3, 2019
More on Lichtsteiner…
By Mark Irwin
STEPHAN LICHTSTEINER is leaving Arsenal after one season — and he could be followed by Laurent Koscielny and Nacho Monreal.
Gunners boss Unai Emery is planning a major shake-up of his dodgy defence after missing out on Champions League qualification.
He wants to revert to a back four at Arsenal next season after his experiment of playing with a three-man defence failed to plug the leaks.
And that will mean big changes to a defence which conceded 70 goals in all competitions last season.
Swiss defender Lichtsteiner, 35, who has 105 international caps, was signed as a free agent from Juventus last summer on a one-year contract with the option of a further 12 months.
But Emery has decided not to take up that option on a right-back who barely played even when Hector Bellerin suffered a serious knee injury in January.
Lichtsteiner becomes the fourth member of Emery’s squad to depart after Aaron Ramsey, Petr Cech and Danny Welbeck all reached the end of their contracts.
Captain Koscielny, 33, will also be allowed to leave this summer having one more year of his contract to run.
The Frenchman missed the first four months of last season following surgery to a ruptured Achilles.
Monreal extended his contract to 2020 in March, but Emery is also prepared to let the 33-year-old Spaniard leave if he gets a decent offer.
Failure to qualify for next season’s Champions League will cost the club more than £50million in lost TV and sponsorship money.
- John Hutchinson11 hours agoJune 3, 2019
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