Reaction to redundancies and Arsenal cuts I Arsenal v Liverpool I Arteta press conference Part 2

TIMESTAMPS -
0:10 Reaction to Arsenal redundancies
1:25 Why some players took pay cuts
2:03 Raul Sanllehi, Edu and future transfer policy
3:30 Do players have to be sold?
4:45 Why I am aiming for the top this season
6:30 Champions League fundamental for Arsenal
7:15 Do we have best two keepers in Premier League?
8:25 How many Arsenal players in quarantine?

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta speaks for first time about financial cut backs and redundancies at club and how it will impact his transfer policy ahead of Community Shield clash against Premier League champions Liverpool.

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