Arsene Wenger’s capture of Czech International goalkeeper, Petr Cech from Chelsea a few weeks ago, has given Arsenal fans a glimmer of hope, concerning the coming 2015/2016 English Premier League season. The veteran shot-stopper will no doubt, add an extra dimension to Arsenal’s title challenge next season: and for the first real time in a long time, Arsenal have begun to look like genuine title contenders.
However, there still appears to be little holes in the wall which the Gunners’ need to get fixed. Their attacking department needs rejuvenation, as constant injuries to Englishmen Danny Welbeck and Theo Walcott have made the duo consistently inconsistent in recent times. Olivier Giroud, also, is in need of a ‘stability pill’, after
being the victim of a severe flunctuation of form, last term.
Arsene Wenger certainly has his sights set on reinforcing this department, and has reportedly waded in to negotiate a transfer for €60 million Argentina and Napoli striker, Gonzalo Higuain. Asides Higuain, the coach also has his sights on Real Madrid forward, Karim Benzema; though it will be near-impossible to price the €25 million-rated player away from the Santiago Bernabeu.
Elsewhere, the coach has also reportedly made inquiry into the availability of Barcelona star, Munir; who, despite of obvious talent, may have recently grown accustomed to sitting on the Barcelona bench in recent times.
With speculations indicating that Wenger may have plans to hijack Manchester United’s move for Southampton’s Morgan Schneiderlin, It is expected that Arsenal complete the signing of one top attacking player, soonest.