Arsenal fans in the Transfer Tavern have spent the last few weeks debating where it all went wrong and it seems the board are keen to identify the source of the same problem this summer.
Metro cites comments from a representative of the Arsenal Supporter’s Trust, who quoted the Gunners chief executive as stating an end of season review will be held in an attempt to improve drastically next season.
Arsenal’s push for the Premier League title fell apart, which has seen them drop from potential champions to top-four hopefuls, and a surprise exit to Watford in the FA Cup, added with another Round of 16 exit in the Champions League, has left many supporters frustrated.
With questions surrounding the future of Arsene Wenger, who celebrates twenty years in charge of Arsenal this summer, fans will be unhappy to hear that the boss has had £250m to spend over the past few seasons- but has, as we know, spent significantly less.
Given that the Arsenal squad is looking so lacklustre in places, with the central-defence still now up to scratch, the Gunners still lacking a world-class striker and the midfield options failing to shine, it begs questions as to whether Wenger really has lost his touch by not dipping into the market.
Arsenal fans, what course of action would be best for the club this summer? Let us know in the comments below!