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'Arteta has misplaced the gap': Some Arsenal followers fume at 'loopy' transfer update

Football Photo by NEIL HALL/POOL/AFP via Getty ImagesArsenal fans have taken to Twitter in disgust after reading that Mikel Arteta’s top transfer priority is a centre-back in the Daily Star. Paul Brown wrote that the Gunners have decided to turn down the opportunity to sign former Tottenham maestro Christian Eriksen, as Arteta targets a central…

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Arsenal followers own taken to Twitter in disgust after studying that Mikel Arteta’s top transfer priority is a centre-again in the On a regular foundation Superstar.

Paul Brown wrote that the Gunners own made up our minds to flip down the opportunity to signal extinct Tottenham maestro Christian Eriksen, as Arteta targets a central defender as a replace.

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Understandably, this news has angered, and baffled, a few Arsenal followers.

Why? Successfully, the Gunners own a plethora of centre-backs on the Emirates. They comprise Gabriel Magalhães, Eradicate Holding, David Luiz, Shkodran Mustafi, Calum Chambers, Pablo Mari, William Saliba and Sokratis.

With as many as eight centre-backs on hand to him, moderately why Arteta wants every other is a limited a mystery.

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Much extra puzzling is the reality that the Spaniard left Sokratis and Saliba – who rate £27 million – out of his Europa League squad this season.

Arteta clearly has too many alternate solutions, so the Arsenal followers on Twitter are moderately moderately pissed off that Pep Guardiola’s extinct assistant is having a peep to bolster that department even extra.

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Of route, the north Londoners want a inventive midfielder to own the void left by Mesut Ozil’s persevered absence on the Emirates Stadium.

Let’s overview what they’ve been asserting in regards to the On a regular foundation Superstar’s news on Twitter…

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Yet we've got saliba 🤣🤣Arteta is a comical fable

— Nsereko Patrick🇺🇬 (@patrick_nsereko) November 25, 2020

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Saliba. This must be a comical fable.

— peter john (@PisstolPeter) November 25, 2020

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Reveals his lack of self perception in saliba

— Arnab Chakraborty 🔴⚪ (@Arnab_AFC) November 25, 2020

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And we idea mourinho will most seemingly be too defensive… Humorous fable club

— AFC Gooner (@rikafc) November 25, 2020

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The 30 million paid for Saliba is a spoil? Chambers,Holding,Saka,martinelli own been all 19 and given a huge gamble.

— Chief owiriwa🇳🇬🇺🇸🇮🇱 (@ChiefOwiriwa) November 25, 2020

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What does he want a cb for correct now… My goodness.

— King Of The Recent College (@Larjide) November 25, 2020

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Arteta has misplaced the gap if that is correct.

— Tayo (@T_dazzlers) November 25, 2020

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Right here is man is loopy, we need an attacking midfielder.

— Deon (@deonpapiah) November 25, 2020

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