The Premier League season has seen its sixth round of matches played with new signings already beginning to show what they are capable of. Here are the best and worst signings of the top Premier League clubs so far this season. "Top Premier League clubs" in this context would be the traditional "big six" clubs plus West Ham and Leicester City who both qualified for European football last season.
Who would have thought that at this stage of the transfer window, Arsenal Football Club would be the highest spenders in the whole of Europe? The North London club officially announced the arrival of two new players on Friday evening. They secured the services of Martin Ødegaard on a permanent basis from Real Madrid for a fee of 34 million pounds, while they also added Aaron Ramsdale to their squad from relegated Sheffield United for 30 million pounds.
Arsenal have contacted former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte over becoming their next manager. The two parties have a ‘preliminary agreement’ in place, with the Italian prepared to take over in October if Mikel Arteta is unable to turn things around at the Emirates, according to the latest report from football london.
We have just over a week left before the summer transfer window comes to an end. The market closes on the last day of the month which is in 11 days time. Nonetheless, clubs have still been doing some business to bolster their squads for the new season.
AC Milan player Franck Kessie has put Chelsea and Paris Saint-German on alert, and both have made 'sensational offers' to the midfielder. The English Premier league club have offered him €8m-a-year deal, while Paris Saint-German have put a €10m-a-year plus bonuses offer on the table, according to the latest report from sportmediaset.
Andreas Pereira From Man Utd To Flamengo An agreement has been reached between the two sides, final details are to be sorted to complete the deal, it's going to be a loan move. They're also in talks with Chelsea to sign Kennedy. Martin Ødegaard From Real Madrid To Arsenal
Earlier today, Arsenal Football Club announced the signing of Martin Ødegaard from Real Madrid for 35 Million Euros and also the signing of Shieffield United goalkeeper, Aaron Ramsdale for 30 Million Pounds. The signing of Martin who is an attacking midfielder will boost the creativity of the Arsenal team.
Arsenal Complete Midfielder Signing Arsenal have officially confirmed the signing of Real Madrid midfielder Martin Ødegaard, on a permanent deal, for a fee in a region of £30m. It is a second return to the Emirate Stadium for Ødegaard, as the midfielder spent six month with the Gunners on loan last term.
Arsenal has signed Martin Ødegaard from Real Madrid for a reported fee of £30 million in what has been an active transfer window for the Gunners so far. The Norwegian midfielder is Arsenal's fifth signing of an eventful summer which also makes them the highest spending club in Europe.
Arsenal came into this game in search of their second English Premier League win of the season after a horrible start. Mikel Arteta has come under serious criticism following his first three games in charge without a win. His first win of the campaign came in their last game against Norwich City which they won by a lone goal, courtesy of Aubameyang.
The second game of the season will continue today with some big matches to watch. Wolverhampton Wanderers and Tottenham Hotspur will meet today, Southampton will welcome Manchester United at Saint Mary's stadium, and Arsenal will welcome the current champions of Europe, Chelsea, at the Emirates today.
Arsenal have completed one of the coups of the summer by signing Martin Ødegaard from Real Madrid, this time on a permanent basis. The young Norwegian attacking midfielder has penned a long term deal with the Gunners who paid a fee of just 34 million pounds to secure his services, after he impressed on loan with them last season.
Ambitious Martin Ødegaard has said that he wants to win the English Premier League and the UEFA Champions League with Arsenal FC, and football lovers have found it rather amusing than as a possibility from a determined young star. Arsenal FC, last season, finished in the eighth position, and since the beginning of the 2021/2022 Premier League season, has suffered three (3) consecutive defeats, lying at the bottom of the league's table without any European competition to participate in this season.
Football fans would never believe Arsenal would spend so heavily in the transfer window. The North London side aren't known to be big money spenders, they spend very little in the transfer window. However, at the moment Arsenal Football Club stands as one of the highest spenders in the whole of Europe?
Arsenal are in the midst of a lengthy rebuild under manager Mikel Arteta, and whilst they are struggling to offload out-of-favour fringe players, they have been pretty busy in terms of incomings. Ben White, Albert Sambi Lokonga and Nuno Tavares have been brought in, whilst Martin Ødegaard looks set to return on a permanent basis.
DONE DEAL: Arsenal have completed the £34m signing of Martin Ødegaard from Real Madrid. He will wear the number 8 shirt. ( Kylian Mbappé is on Manchester United's list of potential targets as they plot a move for a big-name forward next summer according to a report from ESPN.
Arsenal are hopeful of getting back to winning ways as they face Chelsea in the second match opener of the season, with Mikel Arteta's side recording a 2-0 defeat to newly promoted Brentford last weekend. The Gunners kicked off the season without the likes of Bellerin, Aubameyang, Thomas Partey and Gabriel who where forced out due to Injuries and sickness.
According to Premier League week two, Chelsea vs Arsenal is fans' favorite as new players are ready to make their debut. So much good news and bad news at the same time for both Chelsea and Arsenal players as both managers get ready to unveil their best tactics so far.
Following Arsenal's disastrous start to the 2021-22 Premier League season. The club has made it a priority to sign a creative midfielder before their next fixture against Chelsea or before the close of the transfer window. Talks are progressing with Real Madrid to make £30 million Martin Ødegaard their fourth signing this summer.
Arsenal have completed the signing of Martin Ødegaard in a deal reportedly worth around € 35m. Ødegaard was on loan to Emirates last season from Real Madrid and impressed in 14 of his games as a starter in the Premier League. Mikel Arteta's men had been linked to a permanent move for the young Norwegian all summer, but now the transfer has been made official.