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DONE DEAL: Arsenal announce special signing that would help better attacking performance

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Arsenal have secured the signature of Hussein Isa, as an attacking-phase coach to help the club’s attacking strength ahead of new season.

The Gunners are plotting to land a new forward but more to having new options, he wants them to perform beyond average.

Isa will work with the first team attackers and the club’s top academy talent on technical work, and he’s expected to provide specialist assistance to Arsenal’s forwards on their touch, shooting, and heading.

The 34-year-old has spent time with Spurs as a trainee, as well as Queens Park Rangers and Crystal Palace’s academies.

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The new recruit will resume the role at the end of the current campaign, according to reports.

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Speaking in 2019 when he was running one-to-one sessions with Premier League players, Isa said: “Everything I do has to be game-relevant.

“I’m not here to create tricksters and freestylers. I’m really against that. The main message I say to every player is to be game-effective.”

It is expected that the North London outfit will make some signings in this January transfer window as well as in the summer with Mikel Arteta confirming that the building process of the club will be continuous and not just in January alone.

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