Arsenal were held to a 0-0 scoreline by Newcastle United in the Premier League encounter last night at the Emirates Stadium. A well playing Eddie Howe side managed to stop all scoring Mikel side after a winning run took Gunners to top position.
Currently with 44 points after 17 matches while second in the Premier League table is defending champions Manchester City who have 36 points from 16 outings. Meanwhile the red’s have played with the same starting eleven for most matches which has had Saka, Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli upfront.
And after struggling against Newcastle United the sky sports pundit and former Manchester United defender, Gary Neville. A report by Daily Mail claim that the red’s of London may need to add two more players this January to boost chances of then winning the title.
According to the publication, “They didn’t have another plan off the bench. They are in a position where they can win the league here, so when are they going to be in this position again?.
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Can the board and owners find those two players that will turn that from one into three points?” Concluded sky sports pundit Gary Neville as per Daily Mail report.