Arsenal are certainly the team most linked to players from all across the world and especially Europe in recent weeks. With some big cash flow coming their way, the Gunners are determined to invest in some major transfers. Dailymail reveals that Wenger has finally decided that it is time to spend some money in order to win some trophies.
The list of possible transfers seems endless. There are dozens of names that could end up at the Emirates. Things are not as simple as they look though. Wenger did not sign a new contract deal yet and he will reach the end of his current agreement at the end of the year. It may also be hard to bring in top players when the future of the manager is not assured. Most of Arsenal’s best players left because they wanted to know what winning feels like. It is hard to believe that players like Gotze, who has reached the Champions League semi-finals with Dortmund, would want to move to North London when the prospect of winning trophies is probably greater where he is now.
The latest player to land on Wenger’s transfer wish-list is Takashi Inui. He would definitely be a nice addition to Arsenal’s midfield. Currently with Eintracht Frankfurt, the Japanese international has really had a great season. Even if the gunners are in need of some players who are more on the defensive side, Inui has a lot to offer. He is one of the most versatile left-footed players in Germany. He has amazing pace and can be used both as a playmaker and as a wing forward.
The 24 year old Japanese international has two years left out of his contract. If he decided to move to Emirates, he would join countryman Ryo Miyach. Takashi Inui has managed to score six goals, grabbed six assists and has helped his team at every chance he has had.
We shall see if he ends up at the Emirates this summer…