Mikel Arteta’s broken Arsenal transfer promise shows where Edu must improve in the summer

The Gunners are set to find it difficult in the summer transfer window amid their manager's decisions January

From a financial perspective many would argue that the January transfer window was a successful one for Arsenal.

Edu was able to get some of the wages of Pablo Mari, Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Folarin Balogunoff the bill until the end of the season, while the permanent departures of Calum Chambers, Sead Kolasinac and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in particular, removed a considerable financial millstone from around their necks.

This free up funds for the summer where the Gunners plan to bring in at least one striker to replace the outward bound Alexandre Lacazetteand Eddie Nketiah, some back up for Takehiro Tomiyasu and a new central midfielder.

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