Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has indicated the club’s summer spending isn’t finished yet ahead of Friday’s Premier League opener against Crystal Palace. The Gunners have heavily backed Arteta again in preparation for the 2022/23 campaign, but there could still be room for more arrivals.
Arsenal kick off their league season with an often troublesome task against Palace at Selhurst Park, with a heavy defeat against the Eagles contributing to their capitulation at the end of last term. Ahead of the highly-anticipated London derby, Arteta has praised the club’s transfer activity and suggested there’s more business to follow.
He told reporters: “We are really active, as you can see with [the] ins and outs. Everything is still open; it’s a long window. A lot happens. It’s incredible how much business the club has already done. It shows how competitive the season will be. It’s not going to stop. Some players will have the need to leave, some others to move. Everything is still open.”
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