Gunners boss will have money to spend in the summer.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will be handed a £100m transfer kitty this summer, according to the Telegraph.
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The club’s majority owner Stan Kroenke reportedly remains steadiest in his belief in Wenger, despite the possibility that the club could miss out on a top four finish for the first time in the Frenchman’s 16-year tenure.
Kroenke is thought to have been impressed with the club’s progress this season and is sympathetic to the injury problems that have hampered Wenger in the past month.
The US businessman is also relaxed about Wenger’s future and, although some contingency plans have been made, he is preparing for the former Monaco manager to extend his contract at the end of the current campaign.
A striker and a holding midfielder are reportedly on Wenger’s shopping list for this summer’s transfer window.
Nuremberg striker Josip Drmic, 21, is on Wenger’s radar while Diego Costa, who is also a Chelsea target, Mario Mandzukic, Julian Draxler and Jackson Martinez have also being monitored by the club. Drmic has joined Draxler in publicly outlining his interest in joining the Gunners: “Any boy dreams about playing for Arsenal,” he said.