Arsenal lost the opening two games of the new premier league season to Brentford fc and Chelsea with 2-0 scorelines. The gunners will be hoping to get back to winning matches starting with their upcoming match against West Bromwich Albion.
This summer, Arsenal has signed players like Ben White, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Nuno Tavares, Martin Odegaard and Aaron Ramsdale. While the likes of Lucas Torreira, Mohamed Elneny, Hector Bellerin and Willian Borges are expected to leave the club before the transfer window closes at the end of the month.
Latest report has emerged from sports journalist (Dean James Afc) that Brazilian winger Willian Borges has agreed to terminate his current contract with Arsenal which will enable him to move to Brazilian club Corinthians on a free transfer.
Willian arrived at Arsenal from Chelsea in the summer of 2020, but has not performed to the expected level. The winger is a former player of Corinthians and would be welcomed back at the club.
Arsenal fans would be hoping that the club replaces Willian with another player who can deliver consistent performances.
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