Louis Saha STILL doesn’t think Arsenal will reach Top Four next season…


LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 28: Granit Xhaka of Arsenal celebrates with players in the dugout after scoring their sides second goal during the Premier League match between Arsenal FC and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Emirates Stadium on May 28, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)

Arsenal’s 2022–23 season will undoubtedly be remembered as one of their best in years. Last season, the Gunners were as close as ever, since the Wenger days, to winning the Premier League.

They unfortunately, didn’t do so, losing their bright form towards the tail end of last season. The league loss hurt, but even so, this summer, Arteta and Edu have the opportunity to change that by using the transfer window and adapting new tactics through the pre-season that may help them do what they didn’t do last summer, win the league.

The Gunners are already making some much-needed progress in the transfer window; they have signed Kai Havertz and are closing in on Jurrien Timber. Deals for Romeo Lavia and Declan Rice are also on the horizon. If all their transfer plans go through, the Gooners will hope their team is strong enough to win the 2023–24 Premier League.

However, as the Gooners are optimistic about their chances of being the real deal in the PL next term, ex-Man United star Louis Saha still doesn’t see Arsenal as a threat in the league next season. As per Betfred, he argues, “I believe that Liverpool are going to be up there and will most likely be the main threat.

“Everybody will probably say Arsenal because of what they did last season, but even if they make some good signings this summer, I’ll still be surprised if they finish ahead of Man City, Liverpool, Man United and Chelsea next season.”

Arsenal’s performances last season weren’t expected; they shamed doubters. Next season, that’s something that Gooners should expect Arteta and his boys to do; they need to prove they are not a one-hit-wonder.

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