Mikel Arteta given a transfer budget of less than £30 Million.

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Mikel Arteta given a transfer budget of less than £30Million, while other big clubs are spending over £200 on transfers.

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Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has endured a difficult season, so for since his take over from Unai Emery but the former midfielder would have to wait before his is able to overhaul the team with big-money signings.

Mikel Arteta has been left frustrated by the lack of funds, which would prevent him from bringing in the needed players to take the club to the next level.

The manager had earlier informed the board of the desire to bring in new faces during the summer window after a lot of inconsistent performance from the team since the restart of the league. The club looks to be unable to provide him with such funds as they look to balance the books.

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Mikel Arteta

Arsenal board had spent a total of £144m on transfer last summer in expectation of a Champions League spot under its former manager Unai Emery, but results showed otherwise.

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Poor form and result has seen the club finish outside of the top four and could still slip further down to tenth position.

Futballnews report Arsenal’s budget to be less than  £30 million this could amount could increase slightly if they win their FA Cup final clash against London rival Chelsea and get a Europa League spot.

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Sales of players could also affect funds made available for transfer as the club looks to offload high-earners on the book.

The Gunner’s manager earlier this month told the press: “i know that the situation that we have at the club and the context that we are in, but the club knows my plan.”

“In January, the situation was that we had to fill some gaps and give some stability to the squad. Now is the moment to make another step forward and improve the squad and the players that we have.”

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