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London outfit Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been a busy man this transfer window.

He was initially in the transfer market for a world-class striker but injuries to his squad meant that he is now in the market also for a defender.

He has been linked with a number of player for both the positions but was not able to get his hands on any as yet as the fans still await a big money signing this summer.

The manager does not have too long with the new season set to start in 10 days and he will have to hurry up before the start of the season to get deals done quickly.

So it will be an interesting 10 days at Arsenal with a range of transfer rumors but first, let’s take a look at the transfer round-up for the club for Wednesday:

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