How Arsenal can win the 2024/25 Premier League title

  • Arsenal finished two points off the Premier League title in 2023/24
  • Both the club and players have vowed to come back stronger next year
  • A year-on-year improvement suggests 2025 could be The Gunners’ time
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115 charges might be the place to start…

The dust has barely settled on our 2023/24 campaign, but already the work is underway for next year as Arsenal (again) begin their efforts to find a winning Premier League formula.  

That much became clear last Sunday, when Mikel Arteta told fans not to be “satisfied” with the recent title near-miss and declared that we are going to (eventually) “get it”- thereby keeping expectations up ahead of the off-season.

How Arsenal can win the 2024/25 Premier League title

However, toppling the four-in-a-row Champions will be no easy task, and as rumors circulate of a potential Pep Guardiola exit in 2025, this could be our last chance to knock the Spaniard off his high perch.

Title no. 14 is almost within reach, and here are 4 things Arsenal must do to claim it in 2024/25.

1. Have another big summer

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Arsenal FC v FC Porto: Round of 16 Second Leg - UEFA Champions League 2023/24 / Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/GettyImages

Throw more money at it - the solution to a lot of life problems.

Arsenal has wholly embraced this philosophy since KSE took full ownership in 2018, spending just over £700m in the five years that followed.

In that time, the Gunners signed many great players (Martin Odegaard, Gabriel Magalhaes and Ben White) who are still contributing now and have got us back to high-end competitive levels - a fine testament to the rebuild project.

But the club must go again this summer as, despite our strong squad, there are still some big issues to address, like a new backup goalkeeper to replace Aaron Ramsdale, centre-back rotation for William Saliba and a midfield enforcer in case of departures. An addition or two up front might also be worth consideration.

The pressure to win trophies and keep pace with Manchester City means the ‘Big Spend’ should continue, and Arsenal have all the money/prestige/Champions League football they need to make it count.   

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