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NOW is the time. The English Premier League returns for the second year in a row, with Arsenal opening the season against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park against former Gunners club captain Patrick Vieira as manager of Palace.

This will be the first fight for both Oleksandr Zinchenko and Gabriel Jesus. Additional players may be signed, but like in previous seasons, it appears that more will be added after the season begins.

In the hope of bringing in new players, Arteta believes Arsenal is still on the hunt for openings “Here and there you can see that we’re very much in action. A lot can happen while things are still open; the amount of business done by Premier League clubs indicates how competitive the league is, and that won’t change this season. Some players will be forced to depart, while others will be forced to relocate.”

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The time has come. The Premier League returns for the second season in a row, with Arsenal opening the season against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park against former Gunners club captain Patrick Vieira.

On the other hand, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Gabriel Jesus may make their professional boxing debuts. It’s possible that more players will be signed, although many seasons before this one have seen players arrive after the season has begun.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is optimistic about bringing in new players and says the Gunners will keep looking for new opportunities “Our incoming and outgoing traffic shows that we’re busy. Even though the window is still open and a lot may happen, the amount of business done by Premier League clubs so far this season illustrates just how competitive the league has become. Some players will have to go, while others will have to relocate, and the field is still wide open.”

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