Who are the Arsenal new signings 2021?
- Nuno Tavares joins us from Benfica – July 10.
- Sambi Lokonga signs from Anderlecht – July 19.
- Ben White joins from Brighton – July 30.
- Martin Odegaard completes move from Real Madrid – August 20.
- Aaron Ramsdale signs from Sheffield United – August 20.
- Takehiro Tomiyasu joins from Bologna – August 31.
Who did Arsenal sign this season?
Arsenal have completed the signing of midfielder Martin Odegaard from Real Madrid, the club announced on Friday, while also confirming a deal for Sheffield United’s Aaron Ramsdale that takes the club’s summer spending over the £100 million mark.
Has Arsenal signed any player?
Arsenal have signed defender Takehiro Tomiyasu from Bologna in a £19.8m deal while Hector Bellerin has joined Real Betis on loan for the season.
Are there any new players coming to Arsenal?
Below we have all Arsenal signings, transfers and new players in and out during 2021. Arsenal Transfer Players In and Out? Arsenal new players signed? Arsenal new players sold out? Arsenal new players? Here, we look at the Arsenal latest signings 2020/21? Let’s have a look at all Arsenal transfer players in and out 2021.
What was the transfer news for Arsenal in the summer?
Arsenal transfer newsArsenal legend reveals how Emery and Sanllehi could have avoided £35m summer transfer mistakeArsenal transfer news includes comments from Nwankwo Kanu on the club’s summer business. Serge GnabryThe ‘pivotal player’ that Arsenal fans will ‘never forgive’ the club for letting goThe transfer that Arsenal fans have never forgotten.
How much does it cost to buy an Arsenal player?
Check the Arsenal Transfer Players In and Out! £900Th. £225Th. Arsenal new players? The clubs fans were really impressed by the Arsenal new players and Arsenal latest signings. Here are all 2021 transfers so far by Arsenal Football Club:
Who are Arsenal closing in on transfer for Ben White?
Arsenal are closing in on a move for Brighton defender Ben White, who could can add a new dimension for Mikel Arteta’s side, writes Nick Wright. Mikel Arteta tells Sky Sports what makes Bukayo Saka special, why Gabriel Martinelli has had to wait, and why youth is key to Arsenal’s future.