Olivier Giroud says former club Arsenal must spend more money to return to the top four of the Premier League. The
Arsenal have not played in the Champions League for five consecutive seasons. Not even playing in Europe this year after last season empty-handed and finished eighth in the Premier League.
The Gunners had an astonishing 17-year run in the Champions League under legendary manager Arsene Wenger, but have drifted further and further away from Europe’s top tier competition since the Frenchman’s departure in 2018.
When asked when Arsenal will return to the top four of the table. Giroud, who now plays for AC Milan, commented on talks. “That’s a good question.”
“I think Mikel Arteta has time to bring the team back to the top four. But sometimes the problem is… as you know money plays a big part in success too
. League to strengthen the offensive line That was after spending millions last year.”
“I think money is a very important part. But that’s with Arsenal. Maybe they don’t use it as much as their opponents.
However, last summer Arsenal spent the most money on players in the Premier League. More than £157 million has been spent on six new players: Ben White, Aaron Ramsdale, Martin Odegaard, Takehiro Tominasu, Albert Za. Mbi Lokanka and Nuno Tavares.