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Impressive Tomiyasu proving that Arsenal’s transfer policy has been correct

The data behind Tomiyasu's performance in Burnley's win shows that Arsenal's transfer policy is working.

Tomiyasu in dominant performance against Burnley

New signing Takehiro Tomiyasu is one of Arsenal’s first heroes this season after completing his transfer from Bologna on the summer deadline.

But for many Gunners, the 22-year-old Japanese international was anyone’s guess. Because his name didn’t start with Max and end with Aarons, countless had ruled out the Fukuoka native before he even kicked a ball in defense of the Emirates.

However, the first doors in the 2021-22 Premier League campaign and the first Red Blue He has unconditionally dismissed any concerns about whether he was ready to make the leap from Emilia-Romagna to North London.

The Japanese defender had already received praise this season after an impressive full debut in Arsenal’s 1-0 win against Norwich last weekend, and much of the same, if not better, was seen from him at Turf Moor. while the Gunners kept clean for the second time in a row. leaf in the garter.

Although he is not a “modern” winger in the mold of the aforementioned Aarons or a player like Tariq Lamptey, Tomiyasu offers defensive guarantees that Arsenal did not have when Héctor Bellerín, Calum Chambers or Cédric Soares were deployed in a similar role.

Furthermore, the way in which the versatile defender has been given new life at the club and his supporters already has a great impact on manager Mikel Arteta, who made mention of his impressions in his previous comments to Burnley;

“We didn’t even have time to introduce him, but that shows me how smart the fans are. They picked it up right away. It probably helps that he has a smile on his face, looks clean, looks honest, looks transparent. Then, when he is on the pitch, he seems totally committed, he does not doubt, he goes for every ball, he is reassuring, he has a presence and he is a very honest player. You could see the reaction and the connection he had immediately with the fans and that’s really nice because it was so fast. “

Advance offers prove the club transfer policy is working

It is no secret that Arsenal are a constantly changing club under the Arteta-Gaspar regime. Concerns that the Emirates’ occupiers may still not be able to compete for the top four or push their biggest national rivals in all 38 matches on the national calendar are well founded given the club’s stature within England’s borders.

The data behind Tomiyasu's performance in Burnley's win shows that Arsenal's transfer policy is working.

OSAKA, JAPAN – JULY 12: Takehiro Tomiyasu of Japan is seen during the U-24 international friendly match between Japan and Honduras at Yodoko Sakura Stadium on July 12, 2021 in Osaka, Japan. (Photo by Koji Watanabe / Getty Images)

But in the immediate aftermath of a summer in which the club invested ~ £ 140 million in the transfer market with a team refresh mandate that saw all incoming signings come forward in a similar age profile (no one older than 23), the likes of Tomiyasu, as well as Aaron Ramsdale, Sambi Lokonga and Martin Ødegaard are already making a considerable impact despite the slow start to the campaign through no fault of their own.

The improvement shown in the direction the club chose to take in the market shows that the exploration and analysis department is doing its job to attract the right players, not necessarily players with a certain name or level of seriousness that they are given. attributes. Although many wanted bigger or “better”, the results are beginning to show that the club is navigating difficult waters in a much better way.

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2 Chelsea Football Club 4 8 10
3 Liverpool FC 4 8 10
4 Everton FC 4 6 10
5 Manchester city 4 10 9
6 Brighton and Hove Albion 4 2 9
7 Tottenham Hotspur 4 0 9
8 West Ham United 4 5 8
9 Leicester City 4 -2 6
10 Brentford fc 4 1 5
eleven crystal Palace 4 0 5
12 Aston Villa 4 -2 4
13 Wolverhampton Wanderers 4 -1 3
14 Southampton FC 4 -2 3
fifteen Watford FC 4 -4 3
sixteen Leeds United 5 -7 3
17 Arsenal FC 4 -8 3
18 Newcastle united 5 -7 2
19 FC Burnley 4 -5 1
twenty Norwich city 4 -10 0
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Benrahma said West Ham United 2
Ings, Danny Aston Villa 2
Vardy, Jamie Leicester City 2
Toney, Ivan Brentford fc 2
Fornals, Pablo West Ham United 2
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