Arsenal to hand Mikel Arteta huge summer transfer budget in bid to win first ever Champions League crown

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Arsenal will reportedly give Mikel Arteta as much as £200million to spend in this summer’s transfer window as the club bid to win the Champions League next season.

The Gunners have never lifted the European Cup in their history, making the final on just one occasion, losing 2-1 to Barcelona in 2005/06.

However, they have made great strides under Arteta’s management, with the Spanish tactician massively over-achieving this season as they remain outsiders in the Premier League title race with this superb Manchester City side.

According to Football Transfers, Arsenal now plan to keep on improving, and could back Arteta with a £200m budget to help put together a squad capable of seriously challenging for the Champions League.

How can Arsenal strengthen this summer?

Arsenal could do with investing in big signings in midfield in particular, but they might also benefit from improving their squad depth in other areas, with defence looking a bit of a concern when the likes of William Saliba and Oleksandr Zinchenko aren’t fit.

AFC fans will no doubt be excited by this news and will be eager to see what kind of big names their club can now compete for in the transfer market.

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  1. Both Saliba and Zenchenko with all due respect are not the bed rock of the Arsenal defense they are still light weight we need solid defenders our mid field need additions our main striker needed upgrade deadly finishers Ramsdale need a better assistant though I believed that Turner is good but Arteta have not use him in the premiership for once so he yet to be tested Both Saka and Martinelli needs assistance Trosard is more of a 1st team player that are the type of addition that make sense before Tomiyesu got injured I for see it he was slowing down that made me to write in one of my piece to drop him may be that was the time he was not feeling well like the Viera I saw against man city he is not healthy in that match so Arteta must observe when his players are slowing down si that attention will be giving to them players themselves do not help matters they are greedy because they want to play always

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