Arsenal transfer business has died down a little since the signature of Alexandre Lacazatte from Lyon a world record deal worth £46 million.
The Premier League giant attempt to secure the signing of Thomas Lemar from French club Monaco but sir Wenger has failed to meet with hard stance from Monaco, although they are some reports that he could still sign him before the window closes.
Apart bringing more players to Emirates, Arsenal are also looking to let go some unwanted players with like of Yaya Sanogo, and Wojciech Szczesny being the only players that has gone but they are still looking to let go the likes of Calum Chambers, Lucas Perez, Carl Jenkinson, Mathieu Debuchy and Kieran Gibbs.
Arsenal defeat Chelsea to win the Community Shield title yesterday in a game that ended a 4-1 penalty shot-out and despite the North Londoners victory, Wenger admitted that some couple of players will be leaving the Emirates Stadium before the window closes.
“To be honest, the number is too high,” he said.
“We will let some players go.
“Too much competition for places is detrimental, but not enough competition for places is detrimental as well.”
Michael Seri is another name that is been linked with a move to sign for Arsenal but the move has been slowed down a little so we might have to take this report with a pitch of salt and see what comes out of the report when the window closes.
On the other hand, Arsenal will be going head to head with Leicester City in their Premier League opener game on Friday. So let hope we achieve another 3 points this time again.