Mikel Arteta’s side will be preparing for Saturday’s trip to Turf Moor, where they will face Sean Dyche’s Burnley, a team they have yet to defeat under the Spaniard’s guidance.
Despite the fact that the transfer market closed two weeks ago, a number of top-level players have been connected with a move to north London, as well as a number of current players who may be on their way out in the coming months.
Bernd Leno, the goalkeeper, has been linked with a departure after Aaron Ramsdale, the 22-year-old shot-stopper, replaced him in the starting line-up for the win over Norwich City at the weekend.
Former England international Gabriel Agbonlahor believes Aaron Ramsdale will be Arsenal’s first-choice goalkeeper this season.
When asked if he thought the Englishman had superseded Bernd Leno in the future, he told Football Insider, “100%.”
“Ramsdale is going to be the best.” You’re going to play him if you pay £30 million for him. Leno will have to put up with it. Ramsdale will undoubtedly be the best.”