North London outfit Arsenal are reported to have made a “ruthless” decision that is highly connected with their plans for the summer transfer window.

Just like every other club, the Gunners have been affected by the world pandemic but in the midst of this, they are suggested to be showing a big ambition to have new players join the team in the coming season.

The decision they have made to be able to have a financial balance is the sacking of 55 staff from the club, a decision some fans have criticized and described as being “ruthless”.

Prominent on the list of those that have been shown the exit door at the Emirates Stadium in scout Francis Cagigao who has been very influential in the club.

The Daily Mail gave the 51-year-old the credit for discovering Cesc Fabregas, Gabriel Martinelli, and Hector Bellerin but his union with the Emirates Stadium has been put to an end.

Commentators have attributed this development by the North London club to their plans for the summer transfer window as they hope to bring in some quality players and will seek to fund the deals.

Top on the list of those expected to join the club are Thomas Partey, Philippe Coutinho and Willian.


Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.