This transfer window could be an incredibly busy one for Arsenal, who could get rid of up to nine players following a disappointing season, while five stars have been strongly linked with moves to the London club!
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The 2019/20 campaign ended brightly for the Gunners, with Mikel Arteta securing the FA Cup in his first season as manager after replacing Unai Emery at the club's helm.
Arsenal then started this past season by adding another piece of silverware to their cabinet, this time in the form of the Community Shield, but that was to be the last reason for the north London club to celebrate.
Arteta's men finished the 2020/21 campaign eighth in the Premier League, winning only 18 of their 38 league matches and suffering a total of 13 EPL defeats.
With England's transfer window having opened on 9 June, the club is expected to make a few personnel changes to the squad, starting with Brazilian centre-back David Luiz, whose exit as a free agent has already been confirmed.
According to football.london, midfielder Granit Xhaka could soon follow suit having already reportedly agreed a five-year deal with Jose Mourinho's Roma.
Sead Kolasinac, who has returned from a loan spell at Schalke in Germany, is likely to depart after the relegated Bundesliga club decided they would not make his move permanent, while French midfielder Matteo Guendouzi is another expected to leave the Emirates in this window.
William Saliba, Hector Bellerin and Lucas Torreira are also among those who might be headed for Arsenal's exit doors in the coming weeks, but who could be brought in to strengthen Arteta's squad?
Reports suggest that Arsenal have had a bid for Brighton & Hove Albion and England defender Ben White rejected, although that is unlikely to deter the struggling Premier League giants, who appear eager to bolster their backline.
Sheffield United goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale seems to be another top target, although the Gunners can expect competition in the market, with both Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United linked with the 23-year-old shot-stopper.
The club is also reportedly believed to be desperate to make Martin Odegaard's loan move from Real Madrid permanent, although Leicester City's James Maddison is also among Arteta's midfield targets.
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