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Most probable Arsenal summer transfers

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Arsene Wenger has always shown interest in a large amount of world-known footballers, but every time managed to bring only few of them to Arsenal.

Again, newspapers are filled with speculation from the Emirates. This is not a list of those who could leave, but only of players who could boost the team...

Steve Mandanda

Wojciech Szczesny's recent games in the Premier League show a lack of experience, mostly against clubs who are running for the title. Even Lukasz Fabianski has a better run at the moment, but could leave the club this year.

As a first option appeared this Frenchman in Marseille. Part-time national team representative is one of the most important players at the club, becoming a starter in Ligue 1 in the 07/08 season. Between September and November last year, he had a run of eight matches without conceding.

Ashley Williams

The Welsh defender wasn't one of those with a bright future predicted ahead of them. He had to earn a Swansea place playing previously for Stockport County, a club for the 5th English league, also known as Conference North.

The 29-year-old joined the Swans in 2008 and soon afterwards debuted for the national side. Williams became a permanent captain in July 2013, thanks to the ex-captain Garry Monk who gave away his title after seven years of leading the club.

Julian Draxler

The youngster hasn't had successful negotiations with Arsenal in the January transfer window due to Schalke's refusal to let him go. This time, the north Londoners are fancied with a bigger chance of ensuring his arrival, as the team from Gelsenkirchen should have enough time to find a replacement for the 20-year-old German player.

Also, Draxler made 10 appearances for Germany since 2012.

Mario Mandžukić

The Bundesliga's top goalscorer has been linked with both Arsenal and Chelsea, after Bayern signed Robert Lewandowski from their rivals Borussia Dortmund. Lots of Munich fans consider signing the Pole a mistake, as there is place for only one striker in the first-team.

The Croatian scores in almost every match when he starts, but Pep Guardiola leaves him out of the starting XI increasingly and a move would suit him for sure.

Alvaro Morata

This 21-year-old Real Madrid striker is used by Carlo Ancelotti only as a reserve for Karim Benzema. There is a possibility he could feature at the World Cup, because of an impressive set of matches for the Spain U21 team - netting the goal 13 times in 12 matches.

Talks of Olivier Giroud's move in the next transfer window have made the scouts at Arsenal to thoroughly follow the Spaniard in his performances for Real.

As always, there is still plenty of them who could make a move to London by the end of August. The team has also been linked with Ilkay Gundogan, Sebastian Corchia, Seamus Coleman, Jay Rodriguez etc.

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