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Arsecast Extra Episode 479 - 04.07.2022

In this episode Tim Stillman is in for James who is on his holidays and thus misses the big out of the blue signing of Gabriel Jesus from Man City. We talk about the player, the deal, what he'll bring to the team next season, and the fact he's made it clear he's coming in as the number 9 and what we can expect in that regard. There's plenty of ancillary Jesus discussion too, as well as a look at the other transfers thus far, plus listener questions about what would constitute a successful window, what might happen with returning loan players like Hector Bellerin and Ainsley Maitland-Niles, competing against big clubs for good players, Arsenal Women transfer rumours and LOADS more.


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