Arsene Wenger has admitted he is finding it “very difficult” to find quality players in the transfer market – but hasn’t given up hope of doing so.
Speaking to Sky Sports reporter, the Gunners manager said; “We want to spend the money when we have it.”
“What is very difficult today is to find the quality of the players who are available and if you look well despite all the money that is available in England there is very little movement since the start of the transfer market.
“We are in the transfer market and on one side we are focused and concentrated on the players we have to get them in a fantastic shape. On the other hand, of course we are looking outside to strengthen.”
Arsenal has signed just two players in this year’s transfer window; Granit Xhaka from Borussia Monchengladbach for £30m and 21-year-old striker, Takuma Asano.
Fans have grown increasingly impatient with Wenger as they believe a genuine title challenge requires the Arsenal squad to be strengthened even further.