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“He is the BIGGEST problem in this Arsenal team. “He will cause them to lose the Premier League title to Liverpool or City.”- Chelsea Legend. John Terry picks out the Arsenal player that will cost them the Premier League title this season and leave them trophyless again like last season.

“He is the BIGGEST problem in this Arsenal team. “He will cause them to lose the Premier League title to Liverpool or City.”- Chelsea Legend. John Terry picks out the Arsenal player that will cost them the Premier League title this season and leave them trophyless again like last season.

For Arsenal, the January transfer window was relatively calm. Since they couldn’t sign any players while abiding by the Profit and Sustainability Rules (PSR) and FFP, they didn’t sign any. This summer, too, it might still be a minor problem for Arsenal.

FFP regulations that restrict team expenditure may force Arsenal to sell Eddie Nketiah.

The winter transfer window presented Arsenal with the opportunity to add to their roster, but manager Mikel Arteta’s club was unable to raise the funds necessary to make a big purchase.

This is partly due to the Gunners’ large summertime expenditures. At the beginning of the campaign, they invested about £200 million, of which less than a third was recovered through sales.

In order to increase their FFP and PSR standing, Arsenal may sell two of their domestic players during the impending summer transfer window.

Eddie Nketiah and Reiss Nelson, who both rose through the Hale End levels, may be available for sale, according to The Athletic.

Arsenal would be in a very good position if they were to sell academy graduates like Nketiah, since any money received from those deals would be recorded as pure profit.

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