The three players Arsenal must sign to win the EPL


After a longtime absence from the list of elite clubs who have won the Premier league trophy, Arsenal are set to bring themselves back to the place they truly belong by wining the next season’s Premier League trophy.

To achieve their dream of wining the league next season, the Gunners are currently making sure some things are put into order ahead of the upcoming season. It’s no longer news that the North London club would be hiring a new manager in the summer, who will lead the charge for their first Premier League trophy since the 2004-2005 invincible set of players that won the league without tasting defeat.

As part of their desire to win the league in the coming season, the Gunners are set to sign three players whom the believe are capable of adding more quality to the present squad.

According to The London Evening Standard, West Brom star Jonny Evans; who was linked with a move to Manchester City, Roma goalkeeper Alisson and Watford’s impressive  midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure are the three players being tracked by the Gunners before the start of next season.

West Brom are relegated to the Championship as they are rooted to the bottom of the league table and that could make Arsenal get the former United player for as low as £3m base on the release clause in his contract with the club.

Roma’ goalie is also another transfer target for the North London club but the Serie A giants are not willing to let go of their impressive netminder.

Despite Watford’s unwanted performances in the second period of the season, Doucoure has been a standout player and Arsenal are looking to lure him to the Emirates stadium this summer.

Though winning the league could be too early for a new manager, the Gunners should – at least – qualify for 2019-2020 Champions League competition by finishing among the top-four clubs next season

 

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