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How Arsenal could line up after biggest transfer spending in their history including Calvert-Lewin, Isak and Neves

ARSENAL could be set for a powerful new look next season as they plan their biggest summer spend in history.

SunSport has exclusively revealed how the Gunners prepared to spend £180m on the likes of Alexander Isak, Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Ruben Neves.

Here's how Arsenal can start next season after spending their summer

Here’s how Arsenal can start next season after spending their summer

The North London side were Europe’s biggest spenders last summer when they spent £150m on six players.

Aaron Ramsdale, Ben White, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Martin Odegaard, Nuno Tavares and Albert Sambi Lokonga were all included.

And with Arsenal potentially qualifying for Europe next term – whether it’s the Champions League or the Europa League – the club will splash the cash again.

Billionaire owner Stan Kroenke wants to show his belief in the manager Mikel Arteta by providing funds to upgrade the main squad.

Although the Spaniard knows winning a top 4 spot will almost guarantee he hits his top goals.

Below SunSport will take a look at how Arsenal might arrange their next campaign.


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The Ramsdale goalkeeper is certain to retain his place between the clubs after a hugely impressive start to his life at the Emirates.

The England international has featured in every Premier League game since replacing Bernd Leno after Tuesday’s game.

Only Manchester City’s Ederson (12) has kept a clean sheet over Ramsdale’s 10 games in the top flight to date.

Japanese tennis player Tomiyasu was then able to keep his place at right-back, with potential future captain Kieran Tierney appearing on the opposite side.

The former Brighton White star could then continue teaming up with Gabriel at the heart of defence, with William Saliba vying for a spot in the team.

With Granit Xhaka’s future uncertain, Wolves conductor Neves could be brought in to replace him.

He will then play alongside Thomas Partey in the midfield.

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Bukayo Saka can start on the right, with Gabriel Martinelli breaking through on the opposite flank.

Next Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang moves to Barcelonaand with current strikers Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah set to leave on free transfers, Arsenal knew they had to strengthen up front.

Real Sociedad’s Isak and Everton’s Calvert-Lewin have been eyed, and the pair could start together in a new squad.

Here's another take on how the Gunners might line up next term

Here’s another take on how the Gunners might line up next term

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