How Wenger will shape his squad for 2014/15.
The 2013/14 season was one of ups and downs for Arsenal, but Champions League qualification and triumph in the FA Cup will be seen as a good year.
This is despite the fact the Gunners actually topped the Premier League table for more days than any other side, but eventually finished the term in fourth place.
As a result the fans will be hoping Arsene Wenger enters the transfer market in a big way this summer and here is how the Frenchman’s squad could look for next campaign.
After a few years of uncertainty, Wojciech Szczesny proved once and for all that he is the man to be the No.1 at the Emirates Stadium for the foreseeable future.
Unfortunately for national counterpart Lukasz Fabianski that meant that his opportunities at the club were limited and as a result the 29-year-old has left north London for Swansea City.
Parma loanee Emiliano Viviano came and went without playing a single game, but backup for Szczesny is needed and the Daily Mail says Norwich City stopper John Ruddy is the target.