Arsenal fell out of favor in the second half of last season, as we dropped from the first quartet of the Premier League and the falling was not because of the high level of injured players we were having but because of the absence of quality players we were having.
In the light of this, Manager Arsene Wenger has gone all out in the market to get some quality players for a better challenge next season.
Reports in Metro reckon Juventus CEO Beppe Marotta has confirmed a surprise hint that his club could be ready to let Juan Cuadrado to join Arsenal this summer transfer window.
The former Chelsea attacker recently sign for the Seria A giant permanently after spending good two years with them on loan, having fail to secure a place in Blues’ first team plan.
It thought Wenger now want to seal a move for him, with report claim a bid worth £17.6million got failed earlier this week.
Arsenal have been facing some hard time in attacker over the recent time, with the likes of Alex Iwobi, Theo Walcott and Alex Chamberlain all performance woefully last term.
Now, the Italian president has made it known that a move might be necessary this summer, as the ace still fail to have a foot hold with the Serie A giant.
‘Some (players) can go,’ he admitted as quoted by Metro:
‘You have to see the situations of (Mario) Lemina, (Stefano) Sturaro, Cuadrado …’ before adding ‘I (am naming) names at random.’
Arsenal’s £17.6million bid for Cuadrado’s quality seems pretty low, so Wenger might have to go some extra height if he want to complete signing for the 29-year-old.