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Arsenal lineup next season with Fabio Vieira, Jesus signing

Arsenal, Six Sports

Arsenal are looking to sign at least two marquee signings this summer as they already secured the move for Porto midfielder Fabio Vieira in a jiffy and out of the blue. The Gunners paid a transfer fee of €35m (£29.9m). Also, the 22 year old player agreed to a 5-year deal at the Emirates Stadium outfit.

Meanwhile, the Gunners management also made significant progress in signing Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City. Arsenal will be looking to sign a No.9 this summer and Jesus is their prime target right from the start.

Other than that talks are also ongoing to bring Youri Tielemans from Leicester City, Raphinha from Leeds United and Lisandro Martinez from Ajax Amsterdam. Arsenal correspondent for Goal, Charles Watts also said so on his Youtube channel: “If Arsenal are able to sign Vieira, Tielemans and Gabriel Jesus… I wouldn’t say that’s it for the transfer window. I think they will continue.”

Possible Arsenal lineup next season

In goal, Ramsdale will reprise his role, as usual, no doubt. Although the arrival of Ashton Turner will give him a challenge, still he’s the No.1.

In the right-back position, a fit Tomiyasu will always start ahead of Cedric Soares, and so will Tierney ahead of Nuno Tavares in the left-back position. Arsenal’s centre-back options look quite strong this season. Hopefully, after 3 years Arsenal fans can finally see Saliba play an official match for the Gunners. But the first choice centre-back pairing for Mikel Arteta will still be Ben White and Gabriel Magalhaes.

Though, a drop in form between any of them might see Saliba replace them in the lineup. Partey will provide the much-needed cover in front of the centre-back pair. If Arsenal can secure Tielemans, he will play the deep-lying playmaker role. In the more attacking areas, Odegaard will start along with Saka on the right and Martinelli on the left. Gabriel Jesus will spearhead the attacking line.

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