Date: 18th July 2017 at 11:08am
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Arsene Wenger, in typical Wenger fashion in many ways, has said Arsenal are still working on further additions but he’s wary of bringing in too many for fear of ‘destabilising’ the team.

The boss is looking to the areas where Arsenal hadn’t ‘done so well’ last season and ways to gain improvement, which doesn’t always necessarily mean you have to bring in players.

Those most heavily on Wenger’s back might say very much his way – not bringing players in.

Wenger told the Official Website: ‘There are two ways to strengthen the squad – the first is to analyse where we have not done so well and where we can improve together, and the other way is to bring in players from outside. We are still open to strengthening our team with players coming from outside.

Sead Kolasinac and Alexandre Lacazette have been added so far and Wenger went on to say he’s happy with those additions and wasn’t ruling out others arriving if they were the ‘kind of opportunities’ he would want.

‘We are very active on the transfer market and have already realised two incomings. We have to keep a balance as well, that you don`t destabilise the team too much by bringing in too many players. But we are still active on the transfer market so let`s see what kind of opportunities we can find.’

Arsenal need to conduct further transfer activity this summer; that is relatively clear. However, in many ways, what happens with those in the final years of their contracts will have as much of an impact as those who could, in some cases, would come in.

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