Arsenal have been linked with lots of players, but the most recent rumours have been concerning Loic Remy, former Captain Cesc Fabregas, right back Sebastian Jung as a replacement for Bacary Sagna and Chilean winger Alexis Sanchez.
These four players would make Arsenal a near unstoppable force and genuine title candidates for next season. Arsenal are not known for splashing the cash, but Ivan Gazidis has recently confirmed that Arsenal are financially changing their nature.
Remy, who was spotted at their win at West Brom, would be available from QPR for around £15m, with the offer of Champions League football more tempting than playing in the Championship. This could be a bargain buy that could solve Arsenal's goalscoring problems. With Mesut Ozil behind him Remy could flourish.
Former captain Fabregas, despite being at the boyhood club FC Barcelona, is unsettled in Spain. Fortunately, Arsenal have a first refusal clause meaning that they will be given the chance to match any bid for the Spanish midfielder should one arrive. Cesc will be available by activating his £25m release clause. Again, potential to be a superb signing.
Young German right back Jung of Frankfurt is available for £7m, and would be an ideal replacement for departing Bacary Sagna. An attacking right back, he is virtually a carbon copy.
Another rumour, more recent than the others, is Barcelona's Chilean winger Sanchez. After the infamous transfer ban, Barcelona will be looking to lower the wage bill, and are asking for a £20m fee for the speedy winger.
However, few would dispute that he's worth the price. An attacking gem, Sanchez would be excellent combining with the likes of Fabregas, Ramsey and Ozil.
What do you think? Will Wenger spend that much? Could anyone stop an Arsenal side with these players?
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