5 most expensive Arsenal transfers in history ranked from worst to best

  • Arsenal have made some great signings in recent years
  • Some, not so much
  • Here are the 5 most expensive Arsenal transfers in history ranked from worst to best

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4. Kai Havertz (£65m)

His chant says SIXTY million down the drain, which is wrong for two reasons. He actually cost £65m when he signed from Chelsea in 2023, firstly. Secondly, we all know that Havertz was actually a good investment, which is the point of the chant anyway.

Admittedly, Havertz did take time to adjust to life in North London but as he got into the swing of things and with the trust from Mikel Arteta, Havertz had a good first season overall. As of March 7, Havertz has scored eight goals and provided three assists across all competitions this season. Not bad for a midfielder/attacker hybrid.

The Germany international is developing well under the tutelage of Mikel Arteta. His sheer height has made him an asset to the Arsenal team as he is capable of winning aeriel duels in the opposition's box, which has helped him massively. It's still early days to justify the £65m price tag but he is going the right way to making people forget about it.

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