In typical Arsene Wenger form, the Arsenal manager has been characteristically vague when it comes to potential transfers this summer.

When speaking ahead of the Reading match at Wembley, the boss kept reasonably tight-lipped on who he intends to move out and bring in during this year’s transfer window. Instead, reiterating the need to ‘focus‘ on our game at the weekend and rest of the reason.

“We are focussed on achieving our targets for the end of the season. Every game is vital now and we just want to focus on our games.”

He did, however, elude to the fact our squad is quite substantial now, and this may mean a bit of a summer clear-out, while bringing quality players that we need.

“We have a massive squad, a big, big squad. We have 24 players at the moment and we have players like [Lukas] Podolski, [Yaya] Sanogo and Joel Campbell who are on loan.” He continued, “We need to look forward to the next season and prepare well. Get right the dimensions of the squad and we need to add what we can add.”

With rumours of several players heading for the exit, Lukas Podolski, Mikel Arteta, and Theo Walcott being just a few, it’s understandable that the manager may want to bring in a couple of quality players to keep the squad as deep as it currently is.

Morgan Schneiderlin, Raheem Sterling and Manchester City’s James Milner are all on our rumoured list.

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