With it looking increasingly unlikely that Arsenal will secure either a domestic league title or a Champions League triumph, the summer window could be ever so important to the future of the club and their quest for silverware.
And we have put together a list of four players Arsene Wenger should make a move for.
IKER CASILLAS – REAL MADRID
The Gunners have been linked with the Spanish International all season, as rumours surface that he could be on his way out of the Bernabeu after falling behind Diego Lopez in the pecking order.
He is arguably one of the greatest keepings in Spanish history and is just the type of experienced stopper Arsene Wenger is looking for.
Wenger is not a hundred per cent certain about Wojciech Szczesny and knows adding a world-class stopper to the squad like Casillas, could be a massive boost to the squad.
MARTIN MONTOYA – BARCELONA
Rated as one of the best young right-backs in the game, Montoya has been linked with a move to the Premier League ever since he burst onto the scene a few seasons ago.
His pace and agility has caught the eye of many top clubs across Europe, and reports have claimed that Barca would be willing to do business if the right amount of money was offered.
And with long serving Bacary Sagna seemingly heading for the summer exit, the need to add a player of Montoya’s ability is becoming a must.
CHEICK TIOTE – NEWCASTLE UNITED
Tiote is now Wenger’s top midfield target even though Arsenal know Newcastle are desperate to keep the Ivory Coast international.
Chelsea and Manchester City have previously been quoted over £20million for Tiote and remain interested, but Wenger will test the water with a bid of around £15million in the summer window.
His no nonsense, in your face style of play is just what the Gunners need in the centre of the park.
WILFIED BONY – SWANSEA CITY
Although there has been big names linked with a move to the Emirates in the summer, there is talk that Arsene Wenger could make a move for the little powerhouse Bony.
The striker has been one of the shining lights in Swansea’s indifferent season and has hit an impressive seventeen goals for the struggling side.
His ability on the ground and in the air, along with his explosive ability to create something out of nothing means that he would be a great target man for an attack that is lacking fire-power.
And the fact that a bid of around £15 million would be enough to get a deal done, there isn’t many fans out there that would complain if he made a move to the Emirates