Arsenal FC manager, Mikel Arteta has opened up that the Gunners are not as financial equipped as they should be, due to the club’s failure to make it to the UEFA Champions League in the last three seasons.

Mikel Arteta however told the media that the club must get as much as all possible points in their last 10 games in the premier league so as to stand a chance of bringing Tuesday and Wednesday night football back to the Emirates.

“Financially for the club that the last 3 years we haven’t had Champions League it puts the club in a very difficult position. We have a structure thats designed to be in the Champions League so when we don’t have that financially it creates a lot of issues & instability”

“But that’s the situation we are facing. We have ten games to go, we have to go full gas & get as high as possible in the table”

The Spaniard inherited a squad which had slipped to 10th in the Premier League standings following a disastrous start to the season, but quickly set about implementing his own unique philosophy while raising the confidence levels within the squad.

Arteta is staging a rebuild agenda I the Arsenal squad and he’d need to do some selling and buying though Arsenal are not going to make a significant move in the transfer window until the club knows it’s fate at the end of the season.