Monday, May 28, 2018

Wenger makes Meyer Arsenal’s top priority for the summer

Premier League giants Arsenal were arguably the winners of the January transfer market, not only for bringing in Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, but also for convincing Mesut Ozil to stay, and dealing incredibly well with losing the talismanic Alexis Sanchez.

Despite their impressive additions, veteran manager Arsene Wenger is already looking ahead to the summer window with more players in mind to help bolster his squad. Schalke midfielder Max Meyer will be his top priority, according to the Evening Standard, perhaps to replace Jack Wilshere, who looks likely to depart at the end of the season.

Meyer is in his sixth season with Schalke, and has already established himself as a key player for the Bundesliga club, despite being just 22-years of age. His technically ability is highly impressive, owing to his love of Futsal, and his range of passing and vision would make him an intriguing addition to Arsenal’s squad.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dan Steeden


Dan is a recent graduate of the University of Birmingham and an often frustrated Wigan Athletic fan. When not despairing at events unfolding at the DW Stadium he can be found fangirling over Antoine Griezmann or staying up into the early hours of the morning to cheer on the Seattle Seahawks.

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