Mikel Arteta announced the readiness of Arsenal for the winter and summer transfer windows

The head coach of London Arsenal Mikel Arteta spoke about the transfer plans of the club for the next six months.

“We have already decided what we want in January and summer. Sometimes plans succeed, sometimes not. It depends on a lot of factors. Edu (technical director of Arsenal – approx. Championship) is now dealing with this issue, and I am focused on the matches. At the moment we do not have much time to spend on it. But we know exactly what we want to do.

My job is to get the most out of this squad, from the players that we have. The planning of the next windows has been completed, and we will try to bring our ideas to life, taking into account the current situation and the market. Of course, the latest results complicate our situation, “- quoted by Arteta Goal.com.

Arsenal will give money to Michel Artete for transfers in January

Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta continues to receive support from management despite the team’s performance.

According to the Daily Mail, the London club intends to allocate funds to the specialist for the winter transfer window. The Gunners intend primarily to strengthen the position of the creative midfielder.

Arsenal, with only 14 points in 14 games, are 15th in the Premier League standings, 4 points from the relegation zone and 11 points from the European competition zone. In the next round, Arteta’s charges will play against Chelsea.

Arsenal split into two camps over Mikel Arteta

Arsenal’s management is ready to support head coach Mikel Arteta, reports the Daily Mail. According to the source, the club plans to allocate funds to the specialist during the winter transfer window to strengthen the team.

At the same time, it is noted that the problem is also that Arsenal is divided into two camps. The overwhelming majority supports Arteta, but there are those who are dissatisfied with his work.

Arsenal have 14 points in 14 games and are ranked 15th in the 2020/2021 English Premier League standings. The leader of the competition is Liverpool (31). The top 3 also includes Everton (26) and Tottenham Hotspur (25). In the previous round, Arsenal lost to Everton.