Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Arsene Wenger states Arsenal will be hardworking in the move market this summer and has promised that the club will extend to pursue agreements right up until the close of the window.
photograph The Gunners have yet to spend this summer, with free move Yaya Sanogo the only appearance, but the 63-year-old supervisor says the association are still looking to convey in new new employees
The Gunners have yet to spend this summer, with free move Yaya Sanogo the only arrival, but the 63-year-old supervisor states the association are still looking to convey in new recruits
The north Londoners have made just one marking in the close-season, conveying in France Under-20 worldwide Yaya Sanogo on a free move from Auxerre.
But the association appear ready to finally splash the money, with the Gunners launching a triple jump for Yohan Cabaye, Geoffrey Kondogbia and Atsuto Uchida on Monday.
Wenger accepts as true there is still plenty of time for Arsenal to proceed before the window closes, and has promised to strengthen a Gunners squad which has been struck by wounds.
“As always, we do what we believe is right,” said Wenger. “When we think we have the right players, we do it.
“We were for years constrained and we competed with outstanding value. This year we did not misplace any players - we just lost two players with wound - but we will try to reinforce the squad and make the right conclusions until the end.
“Less than two weeks is a long time, and 75 per cent of things happen in the last two days.”
The Gunners began the new Premier League time of the year with a 3-1 beat against Aston Villa, and have been rocked by injuries to midfielder and vice-captain Mikel Arteta and winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.