With the opening of the summer transfer window getting closer, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been warned by the club’s board to complete all transfer business early this summer and the French manager is set to announce two new signing, according to report from Metro.
Sir Wenger side ended this season fifth position on the League table, which is said to be one of the most difficult season in his career.
The rumor of Wenger departing from the Emirates Stadium, was hovering around the media but it now seems the North London outfit are set to make announcement this week that the French manager will remain at the Emirates Stadium for two more year.
Despite the agreement in contract extension, Arsenal’s broad still want Wenger to make some certain change in his coaching style next season.
The signing of Granit Xhaka and Rob Holding was complete early during the previous summer transfer window, but didn’t seal deal for the likes of Lucas Perez and Shkodran Mustafi until few days to the deadline day.
Personally, I think Wenger was forced to sign the aces due to the poor start of the season, and he ended up paying as much as 34million to lure Mustafi.
It thought that Wenger had the chance of signing Gonzalo Higuain in 2013 before moving to Luis Suarez who he also missed out on.
Then he had no choice then to sign Mesut Ozil on the transfer deadline day for a deal worth £42m.