It’s been a long and stressful transfer window as an Arsenal fan but time has finally run out. I don’t think anyone could have predicted how this summer window was going to turn out for the club but overall it’s been a massive success.
With that being said, the following takes a look at every major Arsenal signing and departure from this summer. Also, I’ll be giving my thoughts and rating out of ten for each respective signing.
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Today’s the day. The summer transfer window is finally open. For the next 84 days, football clubs across the country can purchase and sell players in preparation for the 2019/20 league season. Following a pretty underwhelming season, it’ll be interesting to see how Arsenal performs in the transfer market.
Every week I’ll summarise the major reports about Arsenal’s work in the transfer market until the transfer deadline closes on the 8th of August.
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Bukayo Saka earned his first senior start for Arsenal as the Gunners hosted Qarabag in their final fixture of the Europa League group stages. The 17-year-old has been rather impressive for both the u21s and u23s, this season, and likely earned his spot following the rumoured injury to another Arsenal youngster – Emile Smith-Rowe.
Interestingly, tomorrow will be three months to the day in which Saka signed his first professional contract with the London club. Today, he produced a very promising performance as he became the first player to start for Arsenal who was born in the 21st century.
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