The gunners are certainly enjoying the FIFA World Cup since they are also football lovers but what’s more important for them this summer is getting the necessary signing which could gear them up to a successful next season.
So let’s take a look at what the Arsenal fans should expect in this upcoming month of July since this could be a busy one for the North London club.
1. Official Announcement of Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Lucas Torreira’s Deals
These two players have of course been linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium for many weeks now but the Arsenal fans are eagerly waiting for the official announcements of Torreira and Sokratis arrival to Arsenal.
2. Unai Emery Sells Some Of His Players To Get More Signings
The new manager has shown that he wants to bring in new players which he believes that would fit well into Unai Emery’s playing style. The boss is on a tight budget so he will have to let go of some of the current players at Arsenal to bring in new signings so we might see a player sold this summer to raise necessary funds for transfers.
3. Glimpse of Unai Emery’s Tactics, Formations and Possible Lineups
It is not yet clear what formation which Unai Emery wants to use at Arsenal but since the pre-season matches start in July so we will be seeing what he has in plans for next season.
So there are the three things which Arsenal fans can expect in the month of July, you can let us know what you expect in the comments.
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