Arsenal fans have been very proud lately even though they are not sure of playing in the Europa league next season. One thing that have given them so much joy is there recent performance. It is now very obvious that Arteta has what it takes to bring Arsenal back to that point where they will be feared across all of Europe.
The formation below shows how Arteta plans to line-up his players as he plans to take the Premier League by storm next season. The lineup contains even his transfer targets which Arsenal plans to sign once the window opens.
With Barcelona offering Coutinho to Arsenal and Newcastle in order for them to raise money for the purchasing of Lautaro Martinez. The Brazilian will be playing in English Premier League no doubt.
Willian might be playing for Arsenal next season as he will be departing Stamford Bridge as he will be forming a very lethal combination in attack with Coutinho and Aubameyang upfront.
Thomas Partey and Granit Xhaka will be starting in the holding midfield position. As the combination of both players will bring so much rigidity and support to Arsenal's midfield
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