It is one of the greatest news that has driven the football organizations to shiver across the world over the internet.
As per Forbes (2016-2017), Arsenal total team value was $2,238 Million. The breaking of the valuation as goes below
* Match Day – $444 M
* Broadcasting – $896 M
* Commercial – $434 M
* Brand – $463 M
The Unai Emery, former Gunner defender who leads Arsenal by being a head coach is now forced to face the “awkward” situation as he chases loan deals during the January transfer window.
Besides Martin Keown, the part-time coach and adviser believe that Unai Emery is not allowed to spend in January, as Arsenal relish standing as “the sixth-wealthiest club in the world”.
The head of the Arsenal club has spoken to media that he would not be given with funds for strengthening his squad during the winter transfer window. However, the Spain representative is being forced to seek out loan deals with the goal of obtaining Denis Suarez who is a Barcelona’s midfielder and Sevilla midfielder Ever Banega. This has become Arsenals one of the top targets for January.
On the other hand, Sven Mislintat, who is the head of the Arsenals recruitment who was appointed just a year and one summer transfer window is expected to leave the club.
The 3 reasons that made Sven Mislintat step back from Arsenal are:
- He is being ignored by the club heads.
- The two new targets Denis Suarez and Ever Banega, were not on his recruitment list however it was proposed by Unai Emery.
- The signings of Sokratis, Stephan Lichtsteiner and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang can all be attributed to the Swede, his influence on the club’s player recruitment has transparently depreciated to an extent that he is no longer happy with.
Mesut Ozil, player for Arsenal club has been mooted for an exit. A lot of question has arrived at Arsenal, as the Gunner’s boss has offered no indication of buying players for the club. It remains to be unanswered whether the 30-year-old will be included in Arsenal’s plans for the upcoming clash with Chelsea on Saturday.
The Gunners are set to welcome their London rivals to the Emirates as they sit fifth in the Premier League table, six points adrift of the Blues and the final Champions League spot – with resurgent Manchester United having pulled level with them.