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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has made it clear that the club will not be making any more signings this summer, after revealing that the duo of Shkodran Mustafi and Lucas Perez had signed for the club.

Speaking to reporters after his side’s 3-1 victory away at Watford, the Frenchman said: “We have bought two players, Mustafi and Perez. They will integrate into the team now and we will help them join squad. We had to work very hard to get signings done. We have not got any plans for anyone else now.”

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To the sound of audible sighs of relief from Arsenal fans all over the globe, Manager Arsene Wenger took the Gunners' spending this summer past the £90 million mark, declaring that he has indeed splashed the cash to strengthen both his back-line and his attack with the capture of Shkodran Mustafi and Lucas Perez Martinez from Valencia and Deportivo la Coruna, respectively.

Announcing the signings on national television after the Gunners' 3-1 win at Watford, Wenger said, “We have bought two players Mustafi and Perez. They will integrate into the team now and we will help them join squad. We had to work very hard to get signings done."

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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger revealed that he had a busy summer as he tried to do the Gunners' transfer business as early as possible, but was disappointed with the lack of success that came his way, despite meeting with players and their agents in person.

Wenger spoke about how the transfer market has transpired in great detail in an interview with, sharing, "This season I thought we had the most easy transfer window ever, because we knew what we wanted and who we wanted and it didn't come off so you have to restart."

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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger revealed in his press conference today that he would like to see referees get out of the way of players and not get themselves too close to the action.

Wenger was quizzed today about his thoughts on the penalties awarded in the Stoke vs Manchester City game last week, but instead of dwelling too much on the grappling between players he opted to change the focus of the discussion on the positioning of the referees themselves!

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Just when one thought that the door for Joel Campbell's Arsenal career had been firmly slammed shut following a fifth loan spell away from the club at Sporting Lisbon, Manager Arsene Wenger has declared that there is still a possibility that the Costa Rican forward may have a career at the club.

Campbell, who was shipped out on loan earlier this week to Sporting Lisbon, made 30 appearances for Arsenal last season, but failed to have the desired impact despite working hard on the pitch and showing a genuine passion for being a Gunner.

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UEFA on Thursday announced that from 2018 all four major European leagues - La Liga, Bundesliga, Premier League and Serie A - will see four teams enter the group stage without having to go through a qualification round.

In a statement on its website, UEFA announced a series of changes to the Champions League and the Europa League to take effect in the 2018 season, among which "the top four clubs from the four top-ranked national associations will now qualify automatically for the group stage of the UEFA Champions League."

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Arsenal might be struggling at the wrong end of the Premier League standings at the start of the new campaign, but Manager Arsene Wenger has declared he hopes to give his young stars an opportunity to stage a claim for a first team berth this season.

Wenger highlighted some of the better youngsters coming through the Arsenal youth setup and said he was hopeful he would give them a game, quite possibly in the League Cup in the not too distant future.

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