sport news Arsenal boss Arteta still keen to bring in more players after new boys impress ... trends now

sport news Arsenal boss Arteta still keen to bring in more players after new boys impress ... trends now
sport news Arsenal boss Arteta still keen to bring in more players after new boys impress ... trends now

sport news Arsenal boss Arteta still keen to bring in more players after new boys impress ... trends now

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta still keen to bring in more players after new boys impress in opening victory over Crystal Palace... and Gary Neville urges the Spaniard to sign a full back and a midfielder Arsenal have already added five new signings – at a cost of more than £100m Jesus, Zinchenko and Saliba all impressed in the 2-0 victory at Crystal Palace But boss Mikel Arteta wants more signings before the transfer window closes

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Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta insisted he still needed to sign more players despite starting their Premier League campaign with an impressive victory over Crystal Palace on Friday night.

Arsenal have already added five new signings – at a cost of more than £100million – including Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko. 

And William Saliba made his long-awaited debut at Selhurst Park almost three years after joining for £30m from Saint-Etienne.

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta still wants more signings despite the 2-0 win at Crystal Palace

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta still wants more signings despite the 2-0 win at Crystal Palace

All three impressed in the 2-0 victory over Palace, but Arteta confirmed that wants to make more signings before the transfer window closes on September 1. 

He said: 'Start of the season the most important thing is to win the first match. Then we can think about things we have to improve, and there were a few today. 

'Saliba was superb. We were excellent in the first

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