Arsenal are yet to spend any money this summer, with free signing Yaya Sanogo their only arrival, on a free transfer.
Despite positive results over Fulham and Fenerbache, Arsenal do not possess a squad capable of challenging on all fronts, and if they want to be considered a serious threat for the big boys this summer, they're going to need to sign.
1. Yohan Cabaye
Despite having midfield class in their ranks, Arsenal need reinforcements, and who better that Yohan Cabaye.
The Gunners have had a £10million bid turned down, but Newcastle say they will accept a bid of £17million. The midfielder would add experience to the Arsenal ranks, with Abou Diaby and Mikel Arteta out injured.
2. Vincente Guita
Arsenal need to have realistic targets, and no one fits the bill more than Valencia 'keeper Vincente Guita.
The shot stopper has bags of potential, and would do nothing but benefit the growth of the current Arsenal number one.
3. Ashley Williams
Arsenal need a defender because of their current injury problems, and experienced and strong defender Ashley Williams would be perfect. He has plenty of experience and will really help the Arsenal defence.
4. Angel di Maria
Di Maria may be an unrealistic target, but with Gareth Bale's move to Real Madrid imminent, the winger may not have a place in the squad.
Meanwhile, Lukas Podolski is out for up to three weeks with a hamstring injury, and so the seemingly impossible could become very possible.
5. Tim Krul
Tim Krul is an experienced shot stopper, and would be brilliant for Arsenal, helping Arsenal lack of depth, and giving competition to the current Arsenal 'keepers. Yohan Cabaye, his teammate, could be moving to The Emirates as well.
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