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Arsenal news: Gunners bet on £15m transfer boost as William Saliba sends warning

Arsenal’s William Saliba has warned Mikel Arteta he won’t be happy on the bench after his Marseille loan as the Gunners brace for a £15million transfer boost

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Arsenal could be set for a £15million increase in their transfer fund ahead of another busy summer at the Emirates.

The Gunners are widely expected to continue their makeover of Mikel Arteta’s squad when the summer transfer window opens, despite amassing a record £150million last year. And two players could be heading for the exit door who could give Arteta a decent boost for his transfer kitty to fund improvements for his squad.

It comes as William Saliba has warned Arteta he won’t be content with being a bench-warmer when he returns to the club after his loan spell at Marseille. And Arteta was sent another stark reminder of Arsenal’s need for a new striker this summer.

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Arteta sent a clear reminder

Mikel Arteta has again been given a stark reminder that Arsenal will need a quality center forward in the summer transfer window.

The Gunners let ex-captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang join Barcelona on a day off on January transfer deadline day and it is likely they will lose both Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah when their contracts expire at the end of the season. That has led to the club being linked with highly-rated Benfica striker Darwin Nunez, who was in impressive form for his club in losing to Braga on Friday

Nunez came on at half-time and halved the deficit from the penalty spot before leveling with his substitute Joao Mario just three minutes later to show why Arsenal need to meet Benfica’s £67m asking price.

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Saliba sends warning

William Saliba will not settle for becoming a bench-warmer upon his return to Arsenal, the defender has warned.

The young French centre-back made his international debut in his country’s 2-1 win over Côte d’Ivoire last Friday and is aiming to push for a place in the Qatar 2022 squad. And Saliba knows that if he is to retain his place in the squad he must continue to play regular first-team football, meaning he may have to sever Ben White’s impressive defensive partnership with Gabriel when he returns to Arsenal this summer.

And that has led to defender Mikel Arteta warning he won’t be happy to be on the bench when his loan spell at Marseille ends this summer.

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Gunners bet on £15m raise

Mikel Arteta could get a £15million boost ahead of the summer transfer window as he continues to overhaul his squad.

The Gunners are expected to be busy in the summer transfer window as Arteta is reportedly keen on signing at least two new forwards and one new midfielder to improve his squad. And his transfer fund could be boosted by the departures of two fringe players in Lucas Torreira and Konstantinos Mavropanos.

Reports suggest Fiorentina would like to turn back Lucas Torreiras Loan into a permanent £12.5m deal, while Stuttgart could pay £2.5m to sign Mavropanos permanently.

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