How Will Arsenal’s Summer Transfer Budget be Spent?

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Ideal Situation

Personally, my ideal situation would see Paulo Dybala coming to the Emirates accompanied by either Firmino or Rojas. However, knowing Arsene Wenger, I could very easily see just Dybala or a similarly-valued young forward.

The fact of the matter is, Arsenal do have a loaded midfield, even if we can’t retain Santi Cazorla. Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, Mesut Ozil, Francis Coquelin, Alexis Sanchez, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and more highlight a studded cast from young to old. The only problem is injuries, and that’s why I’m keen to add another young, potentially dynamic talent.

I’m a huge fan of Diego Rojas and he could be bought for cheap, but he’s only impressed in the Chilean division, so I don’t foresee a huge advance towards him by Arsenal – at least not yet.

Wenger may even read our striker situation as solid enough to get by without another forward purchase, but it’s hard to ignore the lack of reinforcement should Olivier Giroud suffer a dip in form or another injury. Welbeck just isn’t enough.

Al we can do is wait and see. I’m still waiting on the next ‘breakthrough’ that guarantees Edinson Cavani’s arrival at the Emirates.

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