It could be a busy summer of business for the Gunners.
As the 2013/14 season draws to a close it could see Arsenal ending their trophy drought – which is approaching nine years – as they play Hull City in the FA Cup final.
The Gunners are also likely to qualify for the Champions League for the 18th successive year, yet it still won’t be considered a hugely successful year for Arsene Wenger.
Whilst the Frenchman looks set to stay on at the Emirates Stadium, improvements are needed and that is why the 64-year-old is to be given a colossal £100m transfer budget this summer, reports the Telegraph.
So here is how Wenger’s squad could look next term.
Staying: Wojciech Szczesny
Going: Lukasz Fabianski, Emiliano Viviano.
Coming in: Kasper Schmeichel (Football Direct News).
At the start of the campaign the No.1 position appeared to be a real problem area for the north Londoners and as such Viviano was brought in on-loan.
Yet the improved form of Szczesny means the Italian has failed to make a single appearances and Fabianksi has also become frustrated at a lack of first team opportunities.
Therefore both are likely to leave the club in the summer and therefore backup will be needed and with Schmeichel soon to be available as a free agent, the Leicester City stopper could well be tempted.