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Zapping Eleven Mondial Top 10: the best scorers of the decade

The Gunners are coming out of a complicated season. Indeed, they did not even manage to qualify for a European competition. In addition, their start to the year is catastrophic in the Premier League with three losses in as many games. Worse, the residents of the Emirates Stadium have not registered the slightest achievement. Above all, Bernd Leno’s teammates conceded no less than nine goals!

Hence the London board’s desire to strengthen Arsenal’s rearguard. In addition, the leaders of the club did not hesitate to spend a small fortune, around 60 million euros, for Brighton stopper Ben White. In order to curb the defensive problems of their team, they would be willing to get their hands on another defender in the person of Takehiro Tomiyasu. The Japanese international from Bologna has the advantage of being just as comfortable in the central hinge as in the right-back position. Twenty-two-year-old, he could digitally replace a Héctor Bellerín leaving for FC Barcelona.

He almost joined the enemy

At the start of this summer transfer window, Takehiro Tomiyasu could have signed for Tottenham, Arsenal’s great rival. In the end, the Spurs got their hands on Cristian Romero (Atalanta) in central defense and should finalize the arrival of Emerson (Barça) to the right-back position.