- Head of football Raul Sanllehi reportedly told Arsenal's staff and players not to expect big-money signings in the summer.
- Willian and Fraser will be available for free in the coming window.
- Campbell says both Willian and Fraser 'could do a job at Arsenal' with their experience.
As clubs are expected to have a low-key transfer campaign due to the coronavirus crisis, Kevin Campbell believes Arsenal should pay attention to the likes of Willian and Ryan Fraser, who will be free agents in the summer.
“I just think there are experienced players out there who won’t cost the earth who could do a job at Arsenal,” the ex-Gunner told Metro.
“There’s talk of Willian, I like Willian, there’s still a lot of life left in him.
“He actually suits what Mikel Arteta wants to do, playing in a three, he’s got pace, he can beat people, he can score goals and we could get him on a free, and he’s experienced.”
According to the Evening Standard, Arsenal chief Raul Sanllehi has told the club's employees not to expect any expensive signings in the summer transfer window due to a negative financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
The 31-year-old has racked up 7 goals and 6 assist in 37 games this season.
The Brazilian has blistering space and a deadly right foot:
As for Fraser, the 26-year-old was previously linked with joining Arsenal last summer before reemerging on our radar ahead of the coming window.
The Scot enjoyed a wonderful 2018/19 campaign, netting 8 times and delivering 15 assists across 42 matches in all competitions.
However, he's failed to replicate his stellar form this term scoring a goal and bagging 4 assists in 32 games.