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Arsene Wenger has had a strange summer in terms of transfers.

The manager was able to complete the signing of Swizz star Granit Xhaka early in the window and it looked like the manager will get deals done quickly this transfer window.

However, Wenger has not been able to get his hands on most of priority transfer targets and is still in search of players who can improve his squad going into the next season.

The strikers positions till remains a place to be strengthened while the manager was thrown into the search of a new center back after the injury to Per Mertesacker.

However, Wenger does not have too much time to improve on his squad and will have to get things moving quickly with less than 10 days left for the new season.

For now, let’s take a look at all the stories surrounding the Gunners on Friday:

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