With the first full season of Mikel Arteta’s reign at Arsenal about to get underway, he has finally seemed to reunite the Arsenal fanbase through a period of the team playing the football that they feel Arsenal should be playing; luxurious, silky and dangerous football and formed them into a side that seems to be feared again.

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With the Premier League back underway again after the offseason and transfer window coming to a close, today we assess the business of Arsenal and evaluate how well that is going to put them instead for the Premier League this season.

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Arsenal have actually done some quite effective business this summer, especially in defence, an area in which many pundits have highlighted as a weak area in their team for many years now. Signing Gabriel from LOSC Lille for a reported £23.4 million seems to be an impressive bit of business with him seamlessly coming into the side and solidifying the defence; in fact the 22-year old actually scored on his debut against Fulham. Alongside him they have also brought in the experience of Pablo Mari and Cedric Soares who gives them other options at the back.

Although not technically a signing, securing the signature of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was some of the best business that Arsenal could have done this summer. Their talisman is a necessity to this side and if they had lost him this summer, Barcelona has seemed to have expressed an interest in the forward, would have been a huge loss to this side after his 22 Premier League goals last seasons.