Mikel Arteta urged to make drastic changes to this area of his Arsenal side ahead of the new season

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Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta .(Photo by Getty Images)

AMikel Arteta have been urged to make drastic changes to some specific area of his Arsenal side ahead of the new season in order to achieve better results.

 

The Gunners 2020/21 Premier League campaign haven’t gone as planned as Mikel Arteta and his Arsenal paymasters might expected.

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Arsenal’s last season was quite impressive  with an FA Cup triumph at Wembley which saw the Gunners beat many of the top teams in the division, there was every reason to believe that Arsenal soar very high and go places this season even though they’ve never really looked like doing so.

 

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The Gunners after displaying some decent performances and wins, have often been followed by poor performances and embarrassing losses, and it’s exactly that reason why Arsenal are still struggling in ninth place and some 10 points away from West Ham in the final Champions League place.

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Paul Ince, speaking to Premier League Productions and cited by the Mirror, has suggested that the north Londoners need a major signings in their defensive line in the summer transfer market forth coming.

 

“I still think defensively they are poor,” the former Manchester United and Liverpool midfielder said.

 

“If you look at the defence, apart from Kieran Tierney, I am looking to change three or four of them.

 

“No disrespect to [Rob] Holding or [Calum] Chambers or [David] Luiz, but if you want to go forward.. you see where they are in the table.

 

“This team should be competing for Champions League places so there’s four of five new players they need to bring in to that team.”

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