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Every summer is a big summer for Arsenal, but the Gunners stand at least five players away from being a world-class force, and certain events this season will force Arsene Wenger to act.
The meltdown (slide one) shows he's aware of his side's shortcomings, and some contractual issues this year may see Arsenal hit the transfer headlines more often than not.
Bacary Sagna will enter his final 12 months at the start of next season. He's 30, he's had two leg breaks and he is, quite frankly, a shadow of the shutdown right-back he once was.
Arsenal won't run the Theo Walcott risk again, so they either sell him or tie him up in June.
Thomas Vermaelen has had an unbelievably disappointing season and no longer represents the defensive rock he did during his first season.
Abou Diaby can't stay fit, Aaron Ramsey continues to slide in his production and Gervinho...well.