Arsenal have secured their first new arrival this week along with the appointment of new manager Unai Emery.
After saying goodbye to Arsene Wenger earlier this month, the Gunners are expected to make several changes on and off the pitch before the 2018/19 season begins.
The failures of the 2017 summer transfer window are likely to be atoned for as the club looks to secure most deals before the World Cup kicks off.
And after finally announcing that Unai Emery has been appointed as the new head coach this week, the Gunners have gone on to wrap up the addition of another new face.
Promising talent Karl Jakob Hein has completed a move to the club which will see him sign a professional contract after joining from Nomme United, who are in Estonia’s fourth division.
The Estonian under-17 goalkeeper will be viewed as a future solution to the Gunners’ problems in goal which saw the likes of Petr Cech and David Ospina receive heavy criticism last season.