Sport Five players Arsenal's new manager should sign

19:46  17 may  2018
19:46  17 may  2018 Source:   readsport.co

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Everyone at Arsenal knows that the club need to strengthen their squad this summer to ensure they get back into the Champions League as soon as possible and put up some sort of fight for the Premier League title.

The man that is in control of the players coming into the club is whoever gets chosen to succeed legendary Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger.

The Gunners made two great signings in the January transfer eindow with Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre Emerick-Aubemayang joining the club. The pair have been great since they arrived and have shown the difference a good signing can make.

Arsenal set to name Arsene Wenger's successor before the World Cup

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We can sit here and debate all day long about tactics, formations, which players Wenger should sign and which players aren’t good enough. Will Arsenal actually appoint a new “ manager ”? Wenger’ s possession ballet interrupted by Simeone’ s two karate passes.

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Here are five suggestions of players who we we think would be great signings for Arsenal this summer.

Arsenal legend reveals his desire to join the club's coaching staff .
Former Arsenal midfielder Robert Pires has admitted that he is keen on taking up a role in Arsenal’s new coaching staff, as per a report from the Evening Standard. Pires is one of the greatest players to grace the North London outfit and has been regularly in and around the club since retiring from professional football. In recent times, he has regularly taken a casual part in training sessions with the Gunners squad under Arsene Wenger to provide some valuable experience for the young players at the club. It’s now looking very likely that Mikel Arteta is set to take over as first-team manager and Pires is seemingly keen to be a part of the revolution at the Emirates. It’s a vital appointment for the club and one which they need to get right and through recruiting players who have previously represented Arsenal, this could be a strong move for them. Pires has addressed the situation in a recent interview: “If the next manager wants my help, I will say yes. I want to help Arsenal and I want to help the new manager. I want to be on the staff. I think I can help. It is an option for me and I hope it is an option for Arsenal.” “Arsenal have recently had a new sporting director from [Borussia] Dortmund [Sven Mislintat], which for me is not a problem, I respect the decision.” “But I think that some ex-players can help Arsenal. We know the high level and we won some titles.

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