Arsenal's team have been through a lot together, so maybe they're just learning (©GettyImages)
Arsenal's team have been through a lot together, so maybe they're just learning (©GettyImages).

Arsene Wenger needs to use F.A Cup success to attract players

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Since Arsenal's come back 3-2 win over Hull City in the FA Cup final there was another piece of good news for the Arsenal fans to cheer about from Arsene Wenger, when he revealed that he will be staying with the club for another three years.

Arsenal can use this cup victory as a springboard to more success in the coming seasons. After Aaron Ramsey's spectacular season and Arsenal looking more complete as a team this year they have nothing but success waiting for them in the future. With the likes of Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, Mesut Ozil and Santi Cazorla Arsenal have one of the best midfields in Europe and one would expect them to do much better than they have this campaign.

With speculation going around that Bacary Sagna is almost certain to leave Arsenal this summer for rivals Manchester City Wenger needs to use this FA Cup success as a way to attract players to strengthen his squad. Ivan Gazidis confirmed that Wenger will be given £100million this summer and he needs to use this money wisely, unlike the last few windows where he hardly bought any players.

Toulouse full back Serge Aurier has been linked with Arsenal for quite some time now and after his last match in Ligue 1 he said: "It is certain that I would be a little disappointed to stay in Toulouse, especially after a season like this".

If he does join Arsenal this summer he would be the perfect replacement for Sagna. They have also been linked with James Milner after he was named in connection with an exit following a disappointing season with City.

Their current squad looks better than ever and they need to go into next season with the same form. They also need to use the £100million to sign a few class players, especially a striker and a defender.

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