Emery’s Arsenal rebuild would hit the next level if he pulled off £31.5m-rated transfer coup

The Arsenal fans in and around the Transfer Tavern are hopeful that Unai Emery will recruit the necessary players for the Gunners to attempt to once again reach the top four in the Premier League.

The new boss has made a positive start to life in London, by bringing in the experienced Stephan Lichtsteiner and Bernd Leno to the club, building on two weak points in the Gunners’ side. 

Although not a weakness, Nacho Monreal isn’t getting any younger, prompting the need to bring in a player more capable of being a long-servant for Arsenal. Our punters believe that Valencia’s Jose Gaya is a player that would be a great addition at the Emirates and one that could walk straight into their starting 11.

Gaya, who’s valued at £31.5 million on Transfermarkt, has been a regular at Valencia and impressed massively during his time with the Spaniards so far. Having made 38 total appearances last year, attacking wise, Gaya helped Valencia to 5 assists as well as defending valiantly in a unit. 

Arsenal are heading into a new chapter in their history and the acquisition of Jose Gaya would be a good way to look forward rather than backwards, like they have been doing over the last few years. At 23, Gaya has years ahead of him to assert himself as number one left-back, proving why so much interest has been around him for years.

The Emirates needs a lift this summer and immediately by adding Jose Gaya to their two new signings as well, things will be looking a lot brighter for the London club.

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