Mikel Arteta Targets Three Reinforcements In Three Positions For Arsenal.

 Mikel Arteta is expected to make a significant alteration to his summer transfer intentions.

The Arsenal manager is reportedly dialing back his ambitions for a massive spending binge after initially targeting up to seven new arrivals, according to The Sun. He is expected to concentrate on three signings for the coming season.

According to the source, Arsenal's inability to qualify for the Champions League at the end of the season has prompted the club to alter its transfer plans. Last season, Edu was the driving force behind Arsenal's £150 million summer spending spree. Before this window, a similar theme was intended to be followed.

Arteta made it plain how critical the upcoming transfer window will be for Arsenal after missing out on the Champions League by two points to rivals Spurs.

"Certain resources will be available to us. Certain resources, not endless resources. With those resources, we must do what we must in the most efficient manner feasible." We don't know what the rest of the clubs will have in terms of resources, which I imagine will be difficult because it's no longer a top-three or top-four league, but rather a top eight or ten. That is why we must find a method to repeat what we accomplished last summer." Arteta remarked earlier this month in his final pre-match press conference of the 2021/22 season.

Arteta is expected to want a full-back, midfielder, and striker acquisition if the Gunners only acquire three players ahead of next season.

Gabriel Jesus has also been connected with the Gunners. The Gunners are considering an opening bid for Jesus, according to trade specialist Fabrizio Romano. 

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Manchester City are looking to sell the forward for about £50 million, even though his current contract will not be renewed. Arsenal had already negotiated a transfer with Jesus' agency, according to Romano. Marcelo Pettinati told Romano, "We like the project."

Arsenal has been connected with Youri Tielemans, with Romano saying that the Belgian is the Gunners' main midfield target. Ruben Neves and Arthur Melo, on the other hand, continue to be admired.

In Romano's latest piece, he wrote: "Arsenal is taking their time when it comes to selecting a new midfielder.

"Ruben Neves and Arthur Melo have been on the list for a while, two extremely popular players in the club; Youri Tielemans is the priority right now."

If Arsenal only manages to sign three players during the summer transfer window, the decision will undoubtedly be questioned by the fans. Arsenal came close to qualifying for the Champions League last season, but a strong transfer market drive might give them the edge for a top-four finish next season.

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