This summer transfer window will be the most important in Arsene Wenger's time at Arsenal.
This season has been his toughest yet, with even the most loyal Wenger advocates starting to question his decisions. After years of selling their top players to pay off stadium debts, Arsenal are finally creeping out of the financial shadow cast by their luxury modern stadium.
Since they moved to the beautiful Emirates stadium, matters on the pitch have taken a back seat while the focus has been on securing the financial future of the club. Now that they are coming to the end of this cycle with huge deals coming from Puma and Emirates the time to concentrate on Footballing matters one again has come.
Fans are aware of the new deals and the reported £70 million pounds that were already available in cash reserves, and will want their beloved club to show true ambition to compete with the best clubs in England and Europe.
For a club as well run and as famous as Arsenal to go so long with no success on the pitch is a crime and has damaged the love Fans once had for Wenger.
There has been much talk of marquee arrivals this summer; top players like Stevan Jovetic have been continuously linked with a move to the north London side.
The team they have now is a good one to build on and restore Arsene Wenger's reputation as a record-breaking title winning manager.
Players like Sebastian Squillaci, Nicklas Bendtner must be moved on to make way for better players to add the strength that the likes of Cazorla and Wilshere bring on the pitch.
Who would you like to see come and go at Arsenal? Do you think it's time for a change in transfer policy? Leave your opinions in the comment section below.
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