Arteta Makes makes Changes, £35m Ben White Drops Out

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Arsenal’s journey in the UEFA Europa League Ben White (CB) as they prepare to face PSV Eindhoven in a highly anticipated clash. Under the guidance of manager Mikel Arteta, the Gunners are eager to make their mark in European competition once again. As the matchday approaches, speculation is rife about Arteta’s potential lineup choices. With a £35 million player set to drop out, here’s a predicted XI for Arsenal in their upcoming battle against PSV.

Goalkeeper: Bernd Leno

Starting between the posts, Bernd Leno is expected to maintain his place as Arsenal’s reliable goalkeeper. The German shot-stopper has consistently demonstrated his shot-stopping abilities and overall command of the penalty area.


1. Hector Bellerin (RB)

Hector Bellerin’s experience and speed down the right flank make him a strong candidate to start as the right-back. His ability to provide width and join the attack while also fulfilling his defensive duties could be crucial for Arsenal’s game plan.

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2. Ben White (CB)

Summer signing Ben White is likely to retain his place in the, but heart of Arsenal’s defense. His composure on the ball and ability to read the game have made him an integral part of Arteta’s plans.

3. Gabriel Magalhães (CB)

Gabriel Magalhães is another center-back expected to feature in the starting lineup. The Brazilian’s physicality and aerial prowess should prove valuable in dealing with PSV’s attacking threats.

4. Kieran Tierney (LB)

Kieran Tierney’s dynamic presence on the left flank, both in defense and attack, makes him a constant in Arteta’s lineup. His crossing ability and work rate down the, but left channel can provide an added dimension to Arsenal’s play.


5. Thomas Partey (CDM)

Thomas Partey is set to anchor the midfield, providing defensive, but stability and ball-winning prowess. His ability to transition play from defense to attack could prove crucial in breaking down PSV’s resilient defense.

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