Gunners technical director Edu suggested that Mikel Arteta’s side will make two new signings for Arsenal despite eight players set to depart Emirate Stadium in the summer.
The North London outfit are set to be without Alexandre Lacazette, Eddie Nketiah, and Mohamed Elneny as the trio will leave the highest FA Cup winners side on a free transfer.
While players who are currently on loan with various the likes of Pablo Mari, Lucas Torreira, Matteo Guendouzi, Konstantinos Mavropanos, and Hector Bellerin could all complete permanent moves to other clubs by the end of the season.
Arsenal will be in the transfer market for one new striker and midfielder this summer, and Edu has insisted that the club have a strategy in place for the summer.
The club legend informs ESPN Brasil that by saying “We’re going to focus on signing one or two players. After last summer’s revolution, we need the next step. We’ve [got] our strategy ready.”
Arsenal have been recently linked with Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus ahead of the summer transfer and Marcel Sabitzer after Arteta reignited his interest in the Bayern Munich midfielder.
The Gunners are now 20 points behind league leaders Manchester City but still in the race for the top four after holding a two-point lead over city rival Tottenham Hotspur following back-to-back Premier League wins over Chelsea and Manchester United.