AFC Transfer Update: Wenger Hint On More Signings!

Arsenal’s Delve into the transfer window this summer seem to be delighting the fans with Le Prof’s decision of bringing in his targets on time in other to get them ready for the new season.

But after landing two players within a space of 8-days, the Gunners’s boss still insist he is far from done in the transfer market. A decision which will further delight Arsenal faithfuls.

Wenger who is close to wrapping up a deal to bring Colombian shot stopper David Ospina to the Emirates to provide competition for Wojciech Szczęsny wants to add more strength, quality and dept to his side as the French boss assembles a team capable of challenging for major titles in the new season.

The Boss while speaking to Arsenal’s official website said:

“I’m very happy with what I could do until now. It’s not over – there’s still a long way to go.”

But as always, the boss refused to disclose his likely targets as he further went on insisting he will add more strength to his current squad. This however is not a new trend as in the past, Wenger has always held his transfer wish-list close to his chest, keeping us the fans in suspense.

“I can’t give you any names because you are never sure that you can do what you want. We are still out there to strengthen our squad.” He added.

The boss also conceded to the growing dept in his midfield with the return to squad his players who where injured for the most part of last season.

Wenger said: “There’s big competition but there are many players with a lot of talent that didn’t play many games last year.”

“Oxlade-Chamberlain was out for a long time, Wilshere was injured and Diaby was injured for the whole season. They are back now and it’s very difficult to predict how fit they will be at the beginning of the season. There’s a big competition in the middle of the park, yes.”

With Wenger’s sudden preparedness for the new season, one would seriously doubt if the gaffer and his men would end the season without lifting a major trophy.

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