The Gunners are at a critical point right now. They are close to being a serious threat to win their first Premier League title since 2003-04. They were able to secure third place on the final day. The Gunners will be in the Champions League next year. But the one thing that they will need to do is spend some money.
Arsenal must keep Robin van Persie. He scored 30 Premier League goals. No other player on the team got into double digits. At times it looked like van Persie was Arsenal's only scoring threat. To stay dangerous, they have to find a player who can complement him.
Lukas Poldolski could be the beginning of getting the final pieces of the puzzle into an Arsenal shirt.
Their competition is going to do some spending in an effort to get into the Champions League. If the Gunners want to remain in the top three, they'll have to spend money to bolster their team.
The Dutch striker will not make a decision until after Euro 2012, according the International Business Times. It could be an agonizing wait for Arsenal supporters. Mrs. van Persie was recently in the news for what Arsenal fans would be pleased to hear—the family are happy in London. Regardless of van Persie, there are several targets that Arsene Wenger must sign in order to get the Gunners to be a serious threat to the two clubs in the northwest.