After the opening three games of the 2021/22 Premier League season, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta knew that something had to be done about his defense. The gunners seemed to be okay at center back after the £50m signing of Ben White, but right full back was a big problem.
Arsenal has been enduring a tough start to the 2021/22 season. After losing Hector Bellerin and Willian in the summer transfer window, millions of Arsenal fans will be hoping that the club tries harder im keeping some of the club's older players who have done a great job towards ensuring the progress of the club.
Many people cannot wait for the return of club football, and this is because of the intensity it offers. Another thing about club football is that you can watch football players face their former clubs. Some players changed football clubs during the transfer window, and this means that they could face their former clubs in the league for the first time.
Three consecutive league match defeats to Brentford, Chelsea and Manchester City have left Mikel Arteta in a perilous position to save his job, but an impressive display Against West Brom in the mid week of the EFL second round gave him a breather and will be looking to build from some of the positives to help turn Arsenal's beleaguered early season form around.
Arsenal star, Hector Bellerin has joined La Liga side Real Betis on a season long loan from the Gunners on transfer deadline day. Bellerin has been linked with a return to Spain for years with a return to Barcelona being the most talked about. The Spanish international has now opted to join the club his father supports.
Deadline Day: Chelsea announce 2 official deals, Arsenal complete 3 transfers, Reds extend 2 contracts
1) Chelsea has officially announced their third summer signing. The blues has announced the arrival of Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez on a year loan deal. Chelsea however paid a loan fee of €5m for the player. Included in the deal is an option to buy for €35m next season.
After loaning out Hector Bellerin to Real Betis, Arsenal completed the late signing of Japan defender, Tomiyasu from Bologna in a fee reported to be worth £18 million. He is an Asian, but he is not the only Japanese to have played for Arsenal. In this article, we will be looking 4 Japan players, who signed for Arsenal in the past.
This summer transfer window will go down as one of the most fascinating window of all time, as we witnessed the unthinkable. Top players like Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo all made a move to a new club in a low deals. Today, the transfer window ends today and I will be showing us the list of completed deals that happened on the last day of the transfer window.
Ainsley Maitland Could Get The Opportunity To Regain His Place In Arsenal's Squad After Being Exiled
During the transfer deadline day, Ainsley Maitland Niles issued a public apology to Arsenal for a transfer to Everton FC to get more game time. The English midfielder returned to Arsenal this summer after his loan move to West Bromwich Albion during the last January transfer window. Everton FC offered to take him on loan for the new season but the deal was rejected by Arsenal and a straight cash deal was requested.
Arsenal was one of the busiest clubs during the 2021 summer transfer window, which ended with the club making six signings to bolster their squad for the 2021/22 season. Arsenal finished outside the top six in the Premier League last season, so we'll look at how the North Londoners can line up with all six of their new signings.
The summer transfer window is finally came to a close on August 31st at midnight with clubs racing against time to beat the deadline and sign their respective transfer targets ranging from the important Player transfers to the unimportant ones. A lot of teams made some crucial signings on transfer deadline day and sold some Players to other clubs with teams discussing deals with the knowledge of little or no time before the deadline.
Chelsea football club had a busy transfer window, as they completed two signings, including a deadline loan deal for Saul Niguez from Athletico Madrid. The summer transfer window ended yesterday, as teams across Europe completed different transfers like Hector Bellerin joining Real Betis, Antoinne Greizmann re-joining Athletico Madrid, Saul Nigiez joining Chelsea and lots more.
Done with the summer transfer window, Arsenal is expected to finalize their squad in the coming days for the first half of the English Premier League season 2021/22. Unfortunately, the Gunners can only name 23 players out of the usual 25-man squad in the Premier League campaign following their transfer deadline business.
The transfer window has finally closed, but many transactions were completed on the transfer deadline day. In this article, we'll look at 43 of the best transfer deadline deals. 1. Atletico Madrid signed Antoine Griezmann on Loan with an option to buy 40 million Euros.
1. Reiss Nelson Arsenal fc has confirmed the departure of Reiss Nelson, who has signed a season-long loan agreement with Feyenoord in the Eredivisie. Arsenal young star Reiss Nelson's loan move to Feyenoord has been officially announced by Arsenal. As Mikel Arteta and Edu continue their roster revamp, the youthful winger has joined the Eredivisie giants on a season-long loan.
1. Saul Ñíguez As announced by Chelsea, Atletico Madrid's Saul Niguez has joined the Stamford Bridge club on a season long loan deal from the Wanda Metropolitano side. 2. Eduardo Camavinga Real Madrid completed the late signing of Eduardo Camavinga from Rennes for a fee around €34m.
Hector Bellerin, an Arsenal defender, has explained why his loan transfer to Real Betis in La Liga is so important to him. The 26-year-old has spent eleven years with Arsenal. After spent his early years as a junior player at Barcelona, he joined their program in 2011.
The club spent more than £150 million during this transfer window, but none of their additions appear capable of returning the club to the top flight. The summer transfer window for 2021 has closed, and Arsenal, who are currently bottom of the Premier League table, ended it as England's biggest spenders.
Arsenal allowed Hector Bellerin, one of their most experienced defenders, to leave on loan to Spanish side Real Betis on the final day of the transfer window. (Photo credit: Sempreinter) The 26-year-old defender, who is in the final year of his contract at Arsenal, had a medical on Tuesday in London and is scheduled to fly to Seville in the next 48 hours, according to a news article on metro sports.
Arsenal have completed a deal to sign Bologna defender Takehiro Tomiyasu from Bologna. The 22-year-old Japan international defender has moved to the Emirates Stadium for a fee of €18.5 million (£16m) up front plus potential bonuses of €4.5m. Tomiyasu has typically played as a centre-back for Bologna but is also capable of operating as a right-back, which is where Mikel Arteta is reported to want to use him, with Hector Bellerin leaving the club to join Real Betis.