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Wenger's Transfer Rumours: 7 Players Most Likely to Join Arsenal This Summer
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Arsenal's season is officially futile signifying the Gunner sixth successive season without the satisfaction of silverware. This has ensured fans and critics alike have immediately turned their devoted attention to the up coming Summer Transfer Window, which many believe and hope can be Arsene Wenger's saviour for next season.

The generalization is that the current squad Wenger has the Emirates is simply not suffice to adequately challenge for silverware and rather then rest on the development of the young players, changes need to be enforced rapidly to not only find success but ensure the bigger spending giants do not overtake and dominate the North London giants.

Wenger is notorious for his lack of activity in transfer window. A tentative buyer, the Frenchman is renowned for refusing to spend big on players, preferring to acquire young talent that can be nurtured and developed into fruition at a minimum cost.

At times this has resulted emphatically for the French tactician with the likes of Cesc Fabregas, Robin van Persie, Alexandre Song and Lauren just a few superb examples. However with the demand for success intensifying even more at the Emirates, it is certain Wenger will adopt new transfer methods and spend bigger in order to secure successful signings.

However Arsenal are rarely a threatening side from a transfer point of view and although numerous big name players are linked with a move to the Gunners, few ever materialize. Furthermore with the likes Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham boasting considerable funds, they do have the potential to out muscle Arsenal's potential prospects.

So this slideshow establishes the 7 players likely to join Arsenal this Summer. Do you agree?

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