Gunners prepare long-awaited £55m spending spree - reports

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will be forced into making big moves in the transfer market after the club's weekend defeat to Liverpool, according to The Mirror.

Losses in midfield will also force Wenger to delve into the transfer market, something he has refused to do so far this summer.

So far, Arsenal have splashed out on Carl Jenkinson, Joel Campbell, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Gervinho, but supporters are crying out for more after their first defeat to Liverpool in 11 years.


French midfielder Yann M'Vila, Belgian winger Eden Hazard and Everton's Phil Jagielka are seen as Wenger's main targets to help improve his Arsenal squad.

Hazard is tipped for stardom at Lille, while M'Vila would provide a much needed physical presence in middle.

Jagielka, a full fledged England international, would plug the gap in Arsenal's defence left by the injured Laurent Koscielny and Johan Djourou.

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