Challenge for title: Arsenal has been told that their reaction would be different if Tottenham signed a duo

Challenge for title: Arsenal has been told that their reaction would be different if Tottenham signe ...

Kevin Campbell claims that the media would have suggested that Tottenham Hotspur would contend for the Premier League championship if they signed Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko, but Arsenal's reaction will be different, as he explained to the Highbury Squad.

The former striker believes the media's reaction to the Champions League-chasing team having Jesus and Zinchenko on their books next season will be a case of we will see.

Both Arsenal and Tottenham have been quite active in the summer transfer market, with Jesus being a top purchase from Mikel Artetas, Spurs bringing Djed Spence to their ranks on Tuesday, and their opponents now closing in on Zinchenko.

If the deal goes through, the Manchester City defender will travel to America, where the Gunners are preparing for the new Premier League season.

As Campbell explains what the reaction might have been like if Tottenham signed the two players instead, Jesus and Zinchenko won four Premier League titles during their stints at the Etihad.

Oh, how incredible, they would have said Spurs would fight for the title if they had brought winners in, said Campbell. They are bringing winners and players who know how to get over the line.

They are bringing players in who have been there, seen it, and performed. Have faced the most pressure and performed. But come to Arsenal and its we will see.

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Both of them will be in Europe, so the timing will be difficult for them both, and it is critical that they add much-needed depth this summer.

One thing is for sure, fans cant argue because their teams are being backed by those upstairs, and it would not be a surprise if more faces were added in August.

Spurs and Arsenal have been quite efficient and direct in the transfer market, even naming their new names before the pre-season kicks in.

Richarlison, Tottenham's biggest-money signing, was paid 60 million, while Arsenal paid 45 million for his Brazil teammate, Jesus, who is hoping to win the Golden Boot next season.

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