£180 million worth of talent! Three Arsenal signings that will solve Mikel Arteta’s problems

Mikel Arteta is under intense pressure at the Arsenal and there s a feeling that he will need to spend some more money in the summer transfer window to solve his problems.

The Spaniard had a great first few months as Arsenal boss and picked up the FA Cup and community shield, while also bringing in the likes of Gabriel and Thomas Partey, who have been hailed as two great signings.

However, his start to the new season is not what many people have expected and this Arsenal side sit in the lower half of the Premier League, and will have a real struggle to get back into those top four spots by the end of the season.

They managed to get a few January deals done, but the summer will give the Gunners the opportunity to spend some serious money and sign a few players that will come in and get the club back on track.

And the first signing they should make is Dayot Upamecano.

The Frenchman is regarded as one of the best young defenders in the game and is already proven at Champions League level. His power, quality on the ball and that turn of pace he has is something that Arsenal are lacking at the back.

The Gunners need to replace David Luiz, and putting Upamecano next to Gabriel, will stop teams scoring easy goals against the club.

Next on the list should be PHILIPPE COUTINHO.

Coutinho has been given a chance to prove himself at Barcelona under Ronaldo Koeman, and has been putting in some very impressive performances, but with the Spaniards reportedly ready to freshen up the side, they are reportedly keen to offload the Brazilian.

A creative force, a world class midfielder and an option to buy on loan for the next few seasons, Coutinho would add that superstar factor to the squad and bring that creativity that the club are lacking.

An option for Arteta if the board back him.

And the third player the club should sign…WILFRED ZAHA

It is easy to see why the club are not scoring goals, they do not have a player like zaha in the squad that has the ability to take players on, drive to that by-line and put a quality cross into the box.

He has proven this season that he is ready to make that step up to a big club and considering Arsenal need a player like him, he is one that the board should try and sign, as we said, this Arsenal squad are lacking a player like him in the side.

What do you guys think?

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  1. Yunus Ramadan says:

    Upamecano will never consider Arsenal when he has the choice of multiple elite clubs to go to. Coutinho, good player that he is has no resale value and high wages if we bring him in so bad business and why would Zaha want to come to Arsenal having been previously given the run around by us in the recent past. Notwithstanding that his recent injury record is not good. Your article does appear, at first glance, an unrealistic fantasy wish list, only missing rainbows, unicorns and a Leprechaun with a pot of gold! We are more likely going to have to rely on homegrown academy talent and bargain basement speculation. I’d love to be proved wrong!