Arsene Wenger says Arsenal have not finished their summer business, saying there’s more to come from the club in the transfer market.
At a press conference in China today, ahead of Arsenal’s game with Man City on Friday, Wenger was asked about new players arriving and said, “We are not at the end of it [transfers]. We will still bring players in.”
The Gunners have been linked strongly with Malaga winger Santi Cazorla in recent days, with some going so far as to say terms have been agreed with the player, and with a number of first team players still looking at the exit door it seems there’s still work to be done.
It is thought the club will also make an improved bid for Caen youngster M’Baye Niang, to further strengthen the forward positions, while any other midfield additions will depend on the fitness of Abou Diaby and the prognosis regarding Jack Wilshere.
Suggestions that he could return as early as August do seem premature, but either way Arsenal fans will be happy to hear the manager hasn’t put away his chequebook just yet.