Sunday 22 May 2016

Are there going to be changes to the squad this summer?

A season that ended in disillusion, even if the last day of the season came with an uproarious experience, how the fans view the squad as it stands always has impact on the team, and the amended that needs to be done to it.

The players who has not done very much as expected is likely to become nonessential, the player is probable possibly to be set adrift on the transfer ocean, substituted by something different, better, shinier and more thrilling.

“I believe it is true in most cases that these are what that is likely to come to pass, but the team manager has to find the right balance, by this means, the team boss has to find the right balance in boosting the squad.”

By mistakenly, if the manager adds too many, he will have to deal with issues of combination and adaptation; add to few, old stories repeat themselves when you are too few.

As per the North London club look set to sign Borussia Monchengladbach star,Granit Xhaka a Swiss international reportedly on the verge of joining the Gunners, Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger will without doubt have more or less thoughtful moments this summer about how he will be building his squad for the next season.

Undoubtedly, there are gaps need to be to fill at the Emirates. Seeing the departures of Mikel Arteta, Tomas Rosicky and Mathieu Flamini, good numbers has to be made up in the squad.

Uncertainties and injuries hit still persist over Jack Wilshere’s ability to stay fit for an entire season; Xhaka signing will definitely provide complexity and good quality to the midfield, which is particularly the area in the squad, which did not function well this season.

More forwardly, the need for a replacement, countable striker has been obvious for ages. As far back as 2013, the Frenchman’s was on quest for Luis Suarez and Gonzalo Higuain this is something he has been open to doing for some time.

Wenger simply cannot let another summer go without bringing in that kind of player to the Emirates.

The Frenchman himself, as he has already admitted that, a new striker in place of Welbeck need to be bought to bolster the team’s attack after Danny Welbeck’s injury, which will be keeping the England international out for nine months – one that Wenger believes will more or less keep him out for most of next season.

A case for the purchase of a new player need to be considered, as he could add something to the wide attacking areas, as a centre-half and perhaps a fullback, subject to what might happen with certain players on the fringes of the first team.

Nevertheless, some measure of reliability need to be keep up. It is not possible for the manager to wipe the entire slate clean and start again.

Hitherto a time would certainly come when decision about a player has to be decided by the manager and whether or not influence is adequate as there are number of players who spring to mind.

10-years of Theo Walcott’s at the Emirates have delivered exactly wonderful moments, nonetheless not much in the way of stability. Wenger has appeared unwilling to give to Walcott enough playing time and with this, it has melt down the 29-year-old to be a bit-part player for the Gunners.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain would also be on the thought of the Frenchman as well, for this season has been a regressive one rather than seeing he developed and as he is heading into the final two years of his contract, decision over this has to be concluded as well.

Fundamentally, will Welbeck’s exist from the squad nine months is to be expected that North London club will retain Walcott? “I do not know the answer to this,” but if Wenger has made up his mind, he should be set to let Walcott out of the Emirates and replace him with an improved person

Not all those comings and goings will happen at the Emirates this summer, but these are still problems the Wenger will have to deal with when this summer arrives.

The manager job is not just about buying new players; it's about making room for them when they arrive, as there are players in the squad who might want to leave themselves.

For instance, David Ospina being No. 1 for Colombia is likely not to accept spending another season on the bench, player known to be anxious to play regularly is Kieran Gibbs.

Joes Campbell as well would feel his best chance of playing week in and week out is by going to a club where full trust of his manager would be certain, this is something that is clearly not certain from his relationship with the Frenchman.

Wenger his notably to take actual time off; this season appears to be one of the busiest and most challenging season for Wenger in his 20 years at Arsenal.

Will Arsene Wenger truly to a great extent make changes to Arsenal squad this season? 

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