Last season, Arsenal failed to sign any outfield player and their failure to win any title was largely attributed to Wenger’s recklessness in the transfer market.
This season, we have already seen Arsenal completed deals for Takuma Asano, Rob Holding and Granit Xhaka but it is also the latest that is ready for first team football.
With Wenger admitting the need for an experienced attacking option, we have been linked to several attackers in the world including the Premier League player of the season Riyad Mahrez.
However, the player might stay put at the King Power Stadium after reports emerged that he will remain in the club following an improved contract offer.
This means Arsenal will turn their attention to their target earlier in the summer Kingsley Coman of Bayern Munich. It is understood that Liverpool are also in the chase of the player.
Coman believes he will end up the Premier League and this is understood as a come and get me plea by the player when at the close of last season he said:
“For me it is the most interesting league in the world,” the Frenchman told the Guardian of the EPL.
“But I am thinking of the next three years and I can only see myself at Bayern. My career is just starting so you never know. But England has a league where every player would like to play.”
The impressive youngster can operate on the wing and offer potent threats to opposing defenders.