The transfer expected in and out of the Emirates Stadium this summer.
Arsenal’s 2013/14 season ended on a high on Saturday as they beat Hull City 3-2 in the FA Cup final to end what was approaching a nine year trophy drought.
Coupled with another fourth placed finish and therefore a Champions League place for next term and the last 12 months have been considered a success by many.
However, after spending a club record £42.4m on Mesut Ozil last summer and topping the Premier League table for more days than anyone else this campaign, many fans are frustrated that the team didn’t do better.
It’s thought to be a busy period of transfers at the Emirates Stadium ahead and here are five in and five out for the Gunners.
Deployed in a new deeplying playmaker role, Arteta appears to have come unstuck in north London and no longer is the Spaniard the attacking threat of previous years.
Defensively the 32-year-old is somewhat suspect and as he enters the final year of his current contract manager Arsene Wenger may choose to make some money off him while he can.