If Arsenal completes three deadline-day moves, this is how they may line up.
Arsenal may be able to add more players before the deadline on Tuesday.
Arsenal may make additional signings before the transfer market closes next week. Several players have been linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium as Mikel Arteta wants to bolster his team after a poor start to the season. Others may be en route out of north London.
According to Spanish source Sport, Arsenal are interested in Lyon’s Houssem Aouar and Brighton’s Yves Bissouma, while Luka Jovic might leave Real Madrid on loan this summer.
According to the Athletic, Spanish right-back Hector Bellerin could be on his way out of Arsenal.
Meanwhile, according to Tutto Mercato Web, Juventus is interested in signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to replace Cristiano Ronaldo.
Express Sport looks at how Arteta’s team could look if he signs three more players before Tuesday.
A new signing has been made. After completing his move to the Emirates earlier this month, Aaron Ramsdale is likely to create competition for Bernd Leno.
However, the German is believed to remain Arteta’s preferred choice — at least for the time being.
Leno has already conceded nine goals in his first three league games, including five against Man City at the weekend, but he isn’t the only one to blame.
Given Bellerin’s apparent intention to leave the Emirates, Calum Chambers is anticipated to secure his position as the first choice right-back.
Ben White’s first few weeks in north London have been difficult, but the £50 million signing will be crucial for Arteta in the future.
Gabriel, a Brazilian center defender, is expected to return in September after a knee injury and will partner White.
Meanwhile, Kieran Tierney is Arteta’s most obvious left-back choice.
Granit Xhaka demonstrated his flaws against Man City at the weekend, with a wild lunge that earned him a straight red card.
However, the Swiss midfielder is an important component of Arteta’s ambitions, and he might play with Yves Bissouma if the Mali international joins from Brighton.
Arteta has made major improvements in attacking midfield throughout the summer.
Following a loan spell with the Gunners last season, Martin Odegaard joined the club on a permanent basis from Real Madrid, and the Norwegian is expected to fight his way into the first squad.
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