The Transfers That Arsenal Could Benefit From As Arteta Looks To Bring In New Blood

FLORENCE, ITALY - NOVEMBER 03: Luca Ranieri of ACF Fiorentina battles for the ball with Dejan Kulusevski of Parma Calcio during the Serie A match between ACF Fiorentina and Parma Calcio at Stadio Artemio Franchi on November 3, 2019 in Florence, Italy. (Photo by Gabriele Maltinti/Getty Images)

During these unprecedented times, it may be beneficial for football clubs to try and figure out what transfers would work in their favour for future events. And while Mikel Arteta looks to improve the strength of Arsenal, we’ve got a few young prospects in mind that he may want to take a look at. Not only will these likely improve Arsenal’s gameplay, but will probably also bring a lot more sports bets to light.

A strong team results in strong backers, which is precisely where the sports betting comes into effect. Ladbrokes will be able to provide its members with a variety of betting opportunities to engage in where Arsenal are concerned, and this is even possible through the Ladbrokes mobile app, which is free to download. By using that, you can place bets on your favourite sports teams and games, including Arsenal. And those bets can be placed from any location, so you could even be travelling on the train and manage to back Arsenal from wherever your journey is taking you.

Dejan Kulusevski

While he may currently be on loan from Juventus to Parma at the moment, this soon-to-be 20-year-old also plays for the Swedish national team. He made his senior debut in 2019 for Atalanta but joined Parma at the beginning of the 2019-20 season. Kulusevski has been so impressive in his gameplay that Juventus paid out €35 million to acquire him in January prior to the loan to Parma. Alas, while it’s probably quite likely that he won’t stray far from Juventus considering he was a recent signing, perhaps Arsenal could also capture him on loan for a while, allowing him to continue developing, too.

Takefusa Kubo

This Japanese midfielder currently plays for RCD Mallorca, although he’s also on loan. Real Madrid allowed him to spend time developing with Mallorca, and he’s only 18 years old at the moment. Yet, he already has seven caps for Japan, his national team, and it is this that saw Real Madrid capture him from FC Tokyo last year. Like Kulusevski, Kubo could be loaned out to Arsenal by the Spanish team, and the way he’s able to dribble the ball around the field could provide the team with some much-needed strength.

Rafael Leao

Lille French L1 football club LOSC new player, Portuguese forward Rafael Leao attends a press conference on August 9, 2018 at the club’s training camp “Domaine de Luchin” in Camphin-en-Pévèle, northern France. (PHILIPPE HUGUEN/AFP/Getty Images)

Portuguese footballer Rafael Leao is currently on the roster with A.C. Milan, but this forward could work wonders for Arsenal. While he hasn’t represented his national team as of yet, it’s only a matter of time before he does, because he also knows his way around dribbling the football. Of course, Leao is finally managing to get opportunities for the first time with Milan, although, with the right incentive laid out there, Arteta could very well find himself snatching him from the Italian team’s grasp.

Nicolo Zaniolo

While Zaniolo only has four goals and a single assist for this season so far, he has many underlying stats that stand out. He’s also been ranked in the top five young players for dribbling and touches in the opposition penalty box. Currently signed to Roma, the 22-year-old serves as an attacking midfielder, and he’ll likely be looking to add to his five Italy caps, especially with the European Championships being pushed back to 2021. Perhaps a move to Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium could be the place for him to do that.

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