Arsenal wants to climb out of last place in the Premier League rankings.
Arsenal face newly promoted Norwich in a bottom-of-the-table encounter at the Emirates Stadium, following the Gunners’ worst start to a Premier League season in 67 years.
Mikel Arteta’s employment as manager is in jeopardy, with the Spaniard expected to be granted four more Premier League games to preserve his job.
The Canaries’ visit should be just what Arteta’s team needs to get their season back on track after a rocky start.
Arsenal’s technical director Edu stated last week, “Let’s assess the team when they play together.”
The time for excuses is running out with Arteta’s six new signings for £150 million ($207 million) now available and Thomas Partey’s comeback from injury.