Michael Arteta will be backed by Arsenal boss in January transfer window – Gunners will be clearly drawn out of the exit zone as they are willing to prioritize a creative midfielder
- Boss Michael Arteta will get the support to raise his team at Arsenal next month
- The Gunners are close to the exit zone amid player dissatisfaction
- Arsenal lost to Everton in the Premier League on Saturday
Arsenal will support Michael Arteta in the January transfer market due to fears that the club could slip into an exit battle.
But so far the Underfire boss has struggled to alleviate the dissatisfaction that has arisen from his teammates in the midst of the club’s dreadful season.
After an encouraging draw against Southampton at midweek, Arterita’s pressure intensified on Saturday as his side lost to Everton.
Michael Arteta’s side are currently 15th in the Premier League
The 2-1 defeat to Everton in the Premier League on Saturday deepened coach Arteta’s worries.
In the short term, at least, the Arsenal line-up supports the Spinard table undoubtedly despite the dangerous slide below.
When the transfer window reopens, Artetta will receive funding to strengthen the team, with a creative midfielder prioritizing guns.
But there are growing concerns that many disgruntled players on the playing team are causing more problems for the Spaniard, who runs deeper than the difficulties he has to deal with on the pitch.
The majority of the team is fully behind Arteta, and believe that some of the problems he faced are inevitable for a team to change.
But sources say more disgruntled members of the team are causing divisions within the dressing room.
Fighting with Arteta as he enters the crucial festive season poses another problem, which will shape the rest of Arsenal’s ocean
The majority of Arsenal’s team are behind Arteta’s restructuring process
Arsenal have promised Artetta some funding to strengthen the January window