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Can Arsene Wenger win back the fans?

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This could be Arsene Wenger's toughest two weeks as Arsenal boss as pressure was heaped on him after the embarrassing 3-1 defeat against Aston Villa last weekend.

The crowd were chanting 'you don't know what you're doing!' and 'spend! Spend! Spend!' It's obvious that Arsenal fans want a change at the club, to be up there with the best i.e. United and Chelsea you have to spend money which Arsenal haven't done.

Their only buy has been 20-year-old Yaya Sanogo on a free which has disappointed many fans. 

It will of course be a disappointing summer if Wenger doesn't sign anyone else, but things could look up if he can manage to bring in some top players such as the very promising Juventus youngster Paul Pogba, 20.

There have been reports that Arsenal will have to put in a £20 million bid after failing with a £10 million bid for Newcastle star Yohan Cabaye. Wenger wants a central-midfielder to replace the injured players in his squad and he would like to have them preferably before the Fulham match on Saturday so their squad is stronger.

But this time, will the deals be successful?

We also know that Arsenal have enquired for the Swansea pair Michu and Ashley Williams, a decent couple of players but are they title winners?

Maybe Wenger is starting to become desperate as he really needs to impress the fans to get them back on his side.

However, Arsenal fans have had to go through heart break so many times this summer. Seeing Steven Jovetic go to City, David Villa to Atletico, Gustavo to Wolfsburg, Higuain to Napoli etc.

So, do we Arsenal fans feel that Wenger can actually sign one of these superstars. Arsenal fans might have now lost faith in Wenger signing top players as CEO of Arsenal, Ivan Gazidis did say that Arsenal were now ready to spend big which hasn't actually been seen yet.

Plus, a lot of the big names have already been signed this summer such as Thiago, Gotze and Isco so options are running out for Wenger and he only has 13 more days.

If Wenger wants to win back the fans he is going to have to sign at least two big names. He will need a centre-back, and a good one to sign would be Adil Rami, 27.

Rami has been made available for the right price by Valencia and Rami would be a great defender to have alongside Koscielny.

Arsenal also could use a top finishing striker i.e. Jackson Martinez, 26. Martinez has taken the Portuguese league by storm after scoring 26 goals in 30 games making him the top goalscorer last season. He would also not be too expensive as he signed for Porto for only around £7 million.

I would think that a £20 million bid would be enough for him, but could also be a bargain at the same time. Who would say he wouldn't be a hit in the EPL, I mean look at Ricky Van Wolfswinkel scoring on his Norwich debut.

I think those two would be the best signings for Wenger to make and would certainly get the fans back on his side for the rest of the season (that is given that they get good results).     

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