In a press conference this morning Arsene Wenger has revealed that he will not be singing anymore players until Champions League status is secured, according to the Daily Mirror.
Arsenal have been circulating in the news lately with possible deals for Sami Khedira, Angel di Maria and many others on the cards, however there still might be more transfer activity at the Emirates.
The Arsenal manager said: "Will I still do something? I don't rule it out."
"Our finances are still healthy but we want to go through to CL Group stages and then see.”
After endless build up and ongoing gossip, the 2014/15 Premier League starts tomorrow and the Gunners are playing hosts to last season's impressive Crystal Palace.
The news of the sudden departure of Tony Pulis last night was a massive shock to all and completely unexpected. A disagreement with the club's transfer policy and frustration over not landing any of their prime targets has led to the Welshman leaving by mutual consent.
On the issue, Wenger remarked: "It was a complete surprise to me. Pulis has done a remarkable job. It was a miracle. I don't know why he left.
"I saw Tony Pulis at managers' meeting on Monday and there was no indication [he would leave].”
“We are positive and confident,” continued the Frenchman about his team’s first match of the new campaign tomorrow. “The performance tomorrow will depend on how we start and how we concentrate.”
None of Arsenal’s German contingent will take part tomorrow due to lack of fitness due to their prolonged World Cup hangover.
Laurent Koscielny should be fit to start tomorrow ahead of the defender’s slight achilles issue, so we can expect a centre back pairing of him and new signing Calum Chambers.
The Southampton academy graduate, Alexis Sanchez and Mathieu Debuchy have heavily been involved in pre-season activities so it is very likely they will all make their full debuts.