Arsenal has had a lot of great centre-backs over the years after the establishment of the club in 1886. When talking of great Arsenal defenders, the likes of Tony Adams, Steve Bould, Martin Keown, Kolo Toure and Sol Campbell come to mind. However, since Arsenal moved from the old Highbury Stadium to the Emirates Stadium in 2006, one man is worthy to be chosen as the best Arsenal defender of the new era.
Without being sentimental, Mikel Arteta has single-handedly transformed Arsenal, having compared the quality of players he met at the Emirates, and the ones he's using at the moment. As they signed five players (Ben White, Sambi Lokonga, Martin Odegaard, Aaron Ramsdale and Takehiro Tomiyasu) during last summer's transfer window.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta would most likely be open to the notion of making some reinforcements to enhance his squad options in January as a hectic period in the football calendar approaches. Arsenal spent £150 million on Takehiro Tomiyasu, Ben White, Aaron Ramsdale, Nuno Tavares, Martin Odegaard, and Albert Sambi Lokonga during the summer transfer window.
Without any doubts, Arsenal football club are keen on winning more trophies under manager Mikel Arteta and have splashed the cash during the summer transfer window. The Gunners added the likes of Nuno Tavares, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Aaron Ramsdale, Ben White and Martin Odegaard to improve their squad in order to compete with the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea this season.
There is a popular saying in the football world that "You never win anything with youth" but at the same time another saying goes thus "Youth is the future of football". While both sayings contradict each other, one thing is certain, youth is a fundamental aspect of football.
Arsenal football club might sign some new players when the January transfer window opens, and they might change their lineup if that happens. It will be interesting to see how Arteta will assemble and arrange his team after the January transfer window. In my opinion, here is the effective lineup that Arsenal could use after January transfers.
Arsenal regained their momentum following the recent international break, as the break from league action allowed them to rest some of their key players who had been injured at the start of the season. Arteta is currently one of the most reviled sports managers, and even when he was churning out results the old-fashioned way last month, hardly one noticed.
English Premier League summer transfer big spenders, Arsenal and Manchester United are yet to validate their enormous spending, as they remain below the top 4 after seven and eight games respectively. (Solskjaer and Arteta) After Arsenal had a disappointing 2020/2021 season where they failed to qualify for the Champions League or secure any major silverware, the Gunners board decided to back club manager, Mikel Arteta and made a few signings in the summer, as their overall spending reached €165.6 million, making them the highest spenders in the League.
Arsenal had a training section ahead of their match on the 18th of October. The players gave their best as they were keen on giving a top-notch performance against Crystal Palace. Check out 3 observations from Arsenal training section below. 1) Mikel Arteta In High Spirit In Arsenal's training section, the club's head coach was in high spirit as he looked very sharp with his squad.
The two England-based clubs Chelsea and Manchester United are both considered to be among the best football clubs in Europe. They play in the English Premier League which has a reputation for being one of Europe's most competitive domestic football leagues. Despite being domestic league rivals, Chelsea and Manchester United have in the past done deals with each other, which saw some of their players switch sides.
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Arsenal's English defender Ben White was signed from Brighton and Hove Albion during the recently concluded summer transfer window for a fee of 50 million pounds. The defender is regarded as one of the best ball-playing centre-backs in the Premier League despite his young age. Ben White has performed admirably since he made his debut for the Gunners against Brentford FC at the start of the season.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has been making constant personnel changes to get the best possible line up for the Gunners. The variations have helped Arteta to find out which players in his squad he can rely on for a positive outcome by the end of this season and has derived some idea about the best possible lineup for Arsenal.
Arsenal football club had a very interesting summer transfer window before it was shut in September. The North London club are keen on challenging for more trophies under the management of Mikel Arteta and they completed the signings of Nuno Tavares, Aaron Ramsdale, Ben White and Martin Odegaard to bolster their squad.
24 year-old Ben White, may have played his best game in Arsenal's shirt in the 3-1 win against Aston Villa on Friday 22nd October. He was so confident on the ball and made some quick passes into midfield, he was also a key facilitator in the build up for the goals.
Arsenal were in action against Aston Villa earlier tonight. The North London club who were held to a 2-2 draw by Crystal Palace earlier in the week were more clinical in front of goal against Aston Villa in tonight's encounter. Their fine display was rewarded with a 3-1 victory thanks to wonderful performances from some players.
The Gunners were shell shocked when the newly promoted Brentford FC defeated them in the opening match of the English Premier League. The fans were furious when Arteta and the squad left the Brentford Community Stadium after a pathetic performance. It was a must-win game for Arsenal as the next two opponents were the European Champions, Chelsea and the Premier League Champions, Manchester City.
Arsenal signed English defender Ben White from Brighton and Hove Albion for 50 million pounds during the recently concluded summer transfer window. The defender arrived as a replacement for David Luiz who departed the club earlier. After a difficult debut game against Brentford FC, Ben White has gone from strength to strength at Arsenal.
The last fixture of Matchday 8 in the Premier League will go down tomorrow night, as we will get to see Arsenal take on Crystal Palace at the Emirates Stadium by 8:00 pm. The Gunners seek to secure their fourth win of the season, as all three points from the fixture will see them move to the 9th spot on the table with 13 points.
Edu Gaspar’s reign as technical director of Arsenal was under intense scrutiny this summer with many fans sceptical about his ability to deliver in a demanding summer transfer window. Some supporters even wanted him gone before the transfer window even began. The situation was amazingly complex with Arsenal having to move players on before they could bring players in.
Arsenal defender Ben white cannot wait to face Ronaldo in November when the Gunners face Man United. The summer arrival who joined Arsenal from Brighton for £50million has helped the Gunners keep three clean sheets against Norwich, Brighton and Burnley. However, they suffered a dreadful 2-0 defeat against Brentford in his debut this season.