It’s set to be a busy period for the club in the transfer market.
Arsenal director Lord Harris has publicly pledged the board’s backing to manager Arsene Wenger in the transfer market this summer.
Despite the Gunners having a reputation of being frugal when looking for new players, the £42.4m acquisition of Mesut Ozil in 2013 proved that when the time is right they will spend big.
“We want to win the Premier League and the Champions League. If we buy two or three players then I think we can,” Lord Harris told the London Evening Standard.
“We will support Arsene with the players he wants to buy. He has always been encouraged to spend.”
So here is how the Frenchman is likely to spend the funds given to him by the board.
Serge Aurier, Toulouse
Likely cost: £7m.
With Bacary Sagna’s departure – seemingly to Manchester City – imminent, Wenger is on the search for a new right-back and this Ivorian appears to tick all the boxes.
Aurier has had a brilliant season in Ligue 1, scoring six goals and providing six assists as well as defending brilliantly and is still only 21-years-old.
The defender has beaten former north London star Emmanuel Eboue to a place in his national squad at the 2014 World Cup and can also play centrally and at left-back.