It’s been over 15 years since Arsenal last won the Premier League, and over 5 since they have been in any type of title race with them just losing out to Leicester back in 2015/16. However, with Arteta about to take over his first full season in charge of the Gunners and a new look starting XI, Arsenal fans are starting to believe again – could this be there years?

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Arteta is one of the main reasons for the change in fortunes for the Gunners, with him reuniting both the squad and the fans and reimbursing the club and showing them that they can be great again. Arsenal have always been such a huge club in London and globally and deserve to be back at the top, but in recent years have lost their philosophy and way of winning, and Arteta has started to bring that back to the club.

Arsenal have also been busy again in the transfer window and have strengthen some of their weaker positions to finally look like a squad that could challenge for the title again. Brining in a centre back has been vital for nearly a decade now, and with Gabriel and Salida they seem to have found two gems. Also, with marquee signing of the summer Thomas Partey joining on transfer deadline day, he is now their main box-to-box midfielder that they have been missing since Patrick Vieira left; tied in with the re-signing of their captain Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, this squad might be on for a winner.

And finally, the league this year seems to be quite dormant, with both Liverpool and Manchester City looking fragile in their first couple round of fixtures and vulnerable to some of the weaker teams in the league. Arsenal and Arteta will be looking at this and believing that this could be there year to pounce on the fragility of their competitors and take full advantage of this and bring home their first Premier League title since 2004.