Richard Garlick, Arsenal’s chief executive, makes a positive transfer claim ahead of the January transfer window.


Richard Garlick, the Arsenal chief executive, makes a positive transfer claim ahead of the January transfer window.

During the summer, Arsenal completed nearly all of their transfers.

Arsenal’s new boss, Richard Garlick, has had a promising start to his new job.

Garlick joined Arsenal earlier this year as director of football operations.

His job entails completing all transfer transactions, both in and out of the club.

Arsenal made six significant acquisitions during the summer transfer window.

The club outspent every other team in Europe.

Mikel Arteta’s team has benefited from all six players.

Aaron Ramsdale has established himself as the club’s first-choice goalkeeper, while Takehiro Tomiyasu and Ben White have established themselves as regulars in defense.

Albert Sambi Lokonga and Nuno Tavares are exciting future prospects, and Martin Odegaard has shown flashes of his ability since joining from Real Madrid on a permanent basis.

Garlick has spoken out about the club’s summer business, claiming that almost all of the deals he wanted to close have been completed.

That’s a big plus for Arsenal, who have had a lot of turnover in their recruitment staff in recent years, making it difficult to stick to a consistent plan.

“From a personal standpoint, I was pleased with how the window went,” Garlick said on Arsenal’s radio program.

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“I believe there were a total of 57 transactions, which included renewals, academy registrations, and transfers in and out.”

“The first-team plan was very well executed; I’d say 90 to 95 percent of what we wanted to accomplish was accomplished.”

It was a challenging market, but we had a strategy and stuck to it.

“Behind the scenes at the club, there are a lot of good people.”

“They are extremely diligent, professional, and hardworking, so everything came together nicely in the end.”

Garlick also elaborated on his role in assisting in the completion of signings.

He collaborates closely with Edu, the technical director, and Mikel Arteta, the first-team manager.

“During the transfer window, my job was virtually 100 percent supporting Edu, Mikel, and Per [Mertesacker] around player acquisitions and sales – whether it was men’s first team or academy, renewing,” Garlick explained.

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