ARSENAL'S 5-3 victory against Barcelona in Los Angles has the Gunners ready to return to home soil this week against Monaco.
Bukayo Saka, Kai Havertz, Leandro Trossard and Fabio Vieira found the back of the net at LA's SoFi Stadium.
With two more friendlies left, questions arise on what Mikel Arteta's side can pull out of the bag before the 2023/24 season commences.
The Spaniard is hunting for a fourth big signing this summer to add to his starting XI.
The Gunners are eager to create competition for the No.1 Aaron Ramsdale over interest in signing Brentford goalkeeper David Raya.
When is Arsenal vs Monaco?
- The game will take place Wednesday, 2 August.
- Kick-off is set at 6pm.
- The game will be held on the Gunner's home soil, the Emirates Stadium.
- The North London ground holds just over 60,000 fans.
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Where can I watch Arsenal vs Monaco?
- You can watch the match via the Arsenal.com website or app for an early bird price of £4.99.
- The match price will then rise to £6.99 on the match day.
- Alternatively, you can keep up to date with all of the action by following SunSport's live blog.
Arteta faces several fitness concerns which need to be managed before Wednesday's clash with Ligue 1 giants Monaco.
New signing Declan Rice alongside Oleksandr Zinchenko and Folarin Balogun, all missed the match against Barcelona with minor injuries.
Elsewhere, Southampton's Mohammad Salisu is set to complete his medical ahead of a move to the South of France.
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