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Premier League: Arsenal able to go on a ‘completely different stage’, says supervisor Mikel Arteta forward of season opener

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Premier League: Arsenal ready to go on a 'different level', says manager Mikel Arteta ahead of season opener

Premier League returns for a brand new season on Friday night with Arsenal taking over Crystal Palace within the curtain raiser.

Arsenal have had a profitable pre-season. (Courtesy: Reuters)

HIGHLIGHTSArsenal have made huge cash signings in the summertime windowArsenal routed Chelsea 4-0 within the pre-season pleasantArsenal completed fifth within the 2021/22 season

The Premier League comes again for a brand new season on Friday with Arsenal taking over Crystal Palace within the curtain raiser. The Mikel Arteta managed membership completed fifth within the desk final season and large issues are anticipated of the group after a profitable pre-season and robust signings of Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko.
Speaking forward of the tie, supervisor Arteta mentioned that he’s prepared for the group to go on a distinct stage within the new season.

“We are ready to go to a different level, and I am convinced of that,” Arteta instructed reporters.

“What the other teams are doing is obvious, others had already a much stronger squad than we had, and they still recruited four or five, or some of them seven players,” he additional added.

“This is not going to get any easier, so we can just focus on what we are trying to do, what we can do, because we cannot do everything at the same time,” the supervisor spoke in regards to the competitors in one of the tough soccer leagues on the planet.

Arsenal, who completed fifth final season, introduced in Jesus and Zinchenko from Manchester City for a mixed 75 million kilos.

The pair have been a part of an immensely profitable group that received 4 league titles in 5 seasons, and Arteta mentioned their expertise would profit Arsenal’s youthful gamers.

“Those players have been inspired by top players, top professionals, ruthless winners for many years, and they were looking at them,” Arteta mentioned.

“Now it’s their turn to do the same and inspire those younger players that we have in our squad to do the same, to show them what it takes to win and the level of detail, hunger and dedication that you need to keep winning,” the supervisor concluded.

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