Arsene Wenger predicts Arsenal to win the Premier League title in 2023/24

Premier League giants Arsenal have been quite active in the transfer market so far, and they have already spent in excess of £200 million on new signings.

Arsenal have signed players like Declan Rice, Kai Havertz and Jurrien Timber so far. And former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has claimed while speaking to Eurosport that the Gunners will win the Premier League title next season.

“I believe we will win the championship and that’s as simple as that,” the former Arsenal manager told Eurosport.

The Arsenal legend seems confident that Mikel Arteta’s squad have what it takes to go all the way. The Gunners came close to winning the Premier League title last year, and they will be hoping to go all the way this time around.

The signings of Rice, Havertz and Timber will certainly improve them immensely. But it remains to be seen whether they can overtake Manchester City in the race for the championship. The Gunners lacked depth in their squad last season, which allowed Manchester City to leapfrog them to the title towards the end of the season.

Rice will be a quality signing for Arsenal (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

The injury to William Saliba towards the end of the season left Arsenal vulnerable defensively. The arrival of Timber has given the Gunners more depth to work with, and they should be able to rotate their squad and cope with injuries better.

Meanwhile, they were lacking a quality midfield partner for Thomas Partey following the departure of Granit Xhaka. So the arrival of Rice could prove to be a huge boost. The 24-year-old England international is an outstanding player who has proven his quality in the Premier League with West Ham.

He will be desperate to showcase his qualities at the highest level and is likely to improve Arsenal immensely. Meanwhile, Kai Havertz is a seasoned Premier League performer and will look to add more cutting-edge creativity and depth to the Arsenal attack next season.

Winning the Premier League title would be a major achievement for Arsenal, and Mikel Arteta next season. But it remains to be seen how the situation unfolds. The Gunners will have to make a strong start to the season and deal with the increased number of fixtures if they want to challenge Manchester City.

Also Read: Declan Rice: The kingpin to complete the Arteta puzzle

Arsenal have secured qualification to the Champions League for the upcoming season, and they will be under pressure to do well in both competitions. It will be interesting to see how the players handle the pressure over the next few months.

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