Arsenal Football Club have released an interview with Managing Director, Vinai Venkatesham, and Head of Football Raul Sanllehi in which they discuss the club’s summer transfer plans.
All is set for a busy summer as the Gunners looks forward to strengthen itself for the upcoming 2019/2020 season.
The interviewed duo did not quote figures or the exact transfer targets for the club but were confident in their plans to revamp the squad.
Sanlehhi was uptight in giving out extra information but was certain in their efforts to make strong the team.
“What I can tell you is that we have identified very clearly and unanimously with our head coach and technical people, we know what we want to prioritise and we’re very clear on what our priorities are,” he said.
“We’re already in the market and we’re already talking with the people that can help us to cover those positions.
“I feel quite strong on the inputs that I’m getting so far. I do believe that we have a very good plan to cover those positions to be much stronger next year to deliver the success that we’re all hoping for.”
However whether Arsenal will play in the Champions League or remain in the Europa League and it affecting how the club will attract quality to improve itself another huddle of fate which resides in the hands of players as they play against fellow Londoners in Baku, Azerbaijan.
“Of course being in the Champions League is very helpful, because all players want to play in the ultimate competition,” he continued.
“For us, if by any chance we would not be there next year – which I don’t think is going to happen – but if that happened, our challenge would be to get in there immediately.
“Players that come and join us and get into that successful project, it’s an exciting thing for them.
“We have a lot to offer to a player. I don’t feel in disadvantage with anybody. The league, the Premier League, is exciting for any player in the world.
“London, Arsenal, the history, the dimension of the club, the stadium, the facilities at Colney, the fanbase, the followers around the world and the exposure.
“Really, I feel like I have a lot of ammunition when I talk with players to engage them in our project.”
Both Vinai and Sanlehhi together with the fans will be looking forward to a good game against their Premier League rivals and a much fruitful summer.