This report is according to the Guardian which claims Striker Danny Welbeck who has been ruled out since the end of last season will miss the Euro 2016 competition and his replacement has already been found in the English National team ahead of next year Euro 2016 tournament.
England coach Roy Hodgson claims Welbeck will be out for six month contrary to Arsenal medical crew view that says the star striker will be out for three months.
Arsenal were linked to an array of star strikers in the summer with the likes of Karim Benzema at Real Madrid and Uruguayan forward Edinson Cavani from Paris Saint-Germain were reported targets to help bolster the Gunners front-line.
However, Arsene Wenger was only successful in signing Chelsea’s veteran goalie Petr Cech for £10 million and failed to sign a striker and also a defensive midfielder to help fill in key positions that were disturbed by injury problems last term.
Wenger has hinted back when speaking ahead of weekend clash against Stock City of his inability of signing players.
“You either find someone who strengthens your squad or not. Whether we have players injured or not doesn’t change the problem, that’s what I don’t understand from the media,” he said.
“First of all I am surprised that people accused me of lying when I was in the press conference on Friday morning, I did not know Welbeck had a bad set back. I did not lie to you, I gave you the information I had.
“I heard late on Friday night that his condition had not evolved as well as we thought it was and he had needed specialist and needed further investigation. Apart from that, if we did not find someone [to sign], we did not find them.”