The 3-1 derby win at home to Tottenham changed the mood for Arsenal and Arteta, though, and it has given the club the feel-good factor again. New goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has brought personality and confidence since replacing Bernd Leno as No. 1 and, with three of their next four league games at the Emirates, Arsenal are now on a pathway to recovery.
Spurs’ struggles without Harry Kane highlighted the need for another attacking option and the club have still not replaced creative midfielder Christian Eriksen. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, a £15m arrival from Southampton, is a more defensive player.
Chelsea are currently fourth but I’m sticking to my guns and saying they’ll finish one place higher. They’ve got the Champions League and FA Cup to contend with but they have a big enough squad to deal with a busy schedule.
Chelsea star Hakim Ziyech has reportedly made a decision about his future. The midfielder has struggled for form and game time this season and is wanted by Bourssia Dortmund.
Money isn’t everything, as Wigan demonstrated when they beat City at the end of September, but leading British clubs clearly feel they can’t compete these days if they don’t have a billionaire of their own, as Everton chairman Bill Kenwright recently mourned when he pleaded for a member of the world’s hyper rich club to come in and takeover the Toffees.
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