Unai Emery has suggested Arsenal's transfer dealings for the summer are complete as he prepares for his first season in charge at the Emirates Stadium. The responses from Emery were reminiscent of Arsene Wenger's whenever he was asked this question by the press.
Guendouzi is just one of a number of new additions with Lucas Torreira, Bernd Leno, Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Stephan Lichtsteiner all joining the club over the past month.
"Normally, in my career the big clubs don't close the door or the moment to sign a new player", he said.
"Normally, we are thinking about the young players, the possibility of them staying with us or going to play on loan at another team". At the moment, I think the squad is complete. But will be open to new signings in case "a big opportunity" presents itself.
Emery also downplayed reports that he's interested in reuniting with midfielder Steven N'Zonzi, who played under him at Sevilla. "My idea is to know every player and to know, also, the personality of the players", Emery said". "But we didn't do movement for him".
It has been Arsenal's most efficient and productive summer transfer window for many years and there is still a few weeks left.
"I am very happy with him", he said. He is working with quality.
Ramsey has only one year left on his present contract with the Gunners and he's no nearer to penning a new deal in spite of his agent holding negotiations with club authorities as of late, and there have been reports claiming Arsenal will have to sell the Welsh worldwide if he refuses to sign a new contract in order for him not to leave as a free agent next summer which won't be of any gain to the North London side.
Kudos to Mislintat and co for snapping up 5 players before the first game of pre-season. "It's clear that we have [a lot] of goalkeepers but we want to work in the future with three goalkeepers in the first team".
"I need to know more and also, firstly, Koscielny is the first captain now and for me, I have respect for that".