Arteta bemoans lack of fund for transfer activities
By Adesokan4real1985 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 4 views
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has express is disappointment over lack of fund to strengthen his side in the upcoming transfer window
The Gunners beat champions Liverpool 2-1 on Wednesday but still have work to do if they are secure a top-six finish.
Arsenal are ninth, three points behind sixth-placed Wolves.
The former arsenal captain explain that one need it to build a squad. It's not magic. You need to improve with quality, quality players in the squad and you need bigger squads to compete in this competition. There's the challenge."
Arsenal spent more than £135m last summer, breaking their transfer record to sign Nicholas Pepe for £72m as well as bringing in full-back Kieran Tierney for £25m, defender David Luiz, forward Gabriel Martinelli and defender William Saliba - who rejoined Saint-Etienne on loan.
But despite that outlay, Arsenal struggled to mount a top-four challenge and previous boss Unai Emery was sacked last November.
Arsenal came from behind to beat Liverpool, scoring from their only two shots on target.
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