Reports earlier this week suggested that the Gunners were one of 20 clubs that had been added to a Uefa watchlist after initial analysis flagged up concerns for the 2021-22 season.
Under Uefa rules, clubs are continually monitored by the Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) to ensure they do not breach FFP regulations, which relate to losses over a three-year period.
Under current FFP regulations, clubs are allowed €30million (£25.3m) losses over a three-year period. In order to promote investment in stadia, training facilities, youth development and women’s football, such costs are excluded from break-even calculations.
Losses related to Covid-19 are also taken into account. Arsenal recorded a post-tax loss of £107.3m for their latest accounts, the year ending May 31, 2021, with the club saying at the time that as much as £85m of that could be attributable to the impact of the pandemic. Arsenal have not yet filed their final accounts for the 2021-22 season.
Uefa announced earlier this year that new FFP rules were coming into force from June, to be implemented gradually over the course of a three-year period to allow clubs to adjust after the pandemic.
Manchester City were previously handed a two-year ban from European competition and fined €30m in 2020 for alleged breaches of FPP rules, though later won an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
Arteta insists that early Premier League leaders Arsenal - who have spent over £100m on new signings so far this summer - are relaxed over the situation and have not had any contact with Uefa.
“We are compliant and we have heard nothing so I don’t know where that has come from,” the Spaniard told reporters at a press conference held before Saturday’s London derby against newly-promoted Fulham at the Emirates Stadium - Arteta’s 100th top-flight match in charge at Arsenal.
“I think the club has been very disciplined all the time and has a very clear vision on how we want to do things, the limitations we have and how we have to deal with things so in that sense nothing changes [in terms of transfers in this window].”