Although Barcelona had, yesterday, accidentally leaked Denis Suárez’s departure from the club on their official website, the Spaniard’s loan move to Arsenal has finally been made official.
It’s fair to say that 2018 has been a bit of a surprising year in football. From the first ever Superclasico at an international final to Manchester City’s “Centurions” side and Arsene Wenger’s departure from Arsenal, there have been many amazing moments that have helped shape 2018 to be an outstanding year in football. As incredible as each of these moments were, I don’t think many people could have predicted any of these events when 2018 had originally started. The following takes a look at five things that I predict will happen in English football, next year.
With the summer transfer window officially closed for Premier League clubs, it’s finally time for Unai Emery and the squad to prepare for the gruelling season ahead. Under the club’s new set-up, Arsenal moved significantly faster when it came to strengthening the squad but were unable to pull off many “big” signings due to a low budget as well as issues regarding the wage bill. The following gives my thoughts on every major signing and departure that occurred for the Gunners during the transfer window.