Arsenal face a major rebuild ahead of them this summer and fans in the Transfer Tavern are demanding a heap of changes.
The Gunners shortcomings in the Premier League have left them without Champions League football for the first time in two decades, and many fans fear this will have a negative effect on the summer ahead, as Arsenal look to keep their key players at the club and attract top-class arrivals.
Ahead of the close-season, a wealth of names have already started to be linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium this summer, but not every piece of speculation has been greeted positively by fans sat at the bar.
One latest report links Nigerian striker Henry Onyekuru with a move to North London after netting 25 goals and securing 14 assists this season for Belgian side KAS Eupen, with the Gunners facing competition from West Brom, Everton and Bournemouth for the forward’s signature.
Given the calibre of other sides interested in the African ace, Arsenal fans have been left feeling shortchanged by the reports and our landlord fears that a move in this capacity could see them to seek the bigger names they need in attack.
Yeah that should do it. Top of the table here we come!
— Tejas (@TejasGooner) May 22, 2017
We signed some Japanese striker last season… does he have a permit yet?
@ArsenalFanTV Clear indication that Wenger is staying.
— Adkin De’Souza (@AdkinDeSouza) May 22, 2017
— Sportslicious (@sportslicious) May 22, 2017
@ArsenalFanTV Bruv lol, Arsene is too jokes. I thought we already had the new “Henry” at the club. Been waiting 11 years still potential apparently .
— Abdulaziz #FreeGaza (@abdulazizsellin) May 22, 2017
World class players being linked to Arsenal once again. The club is really turning into a laughing stock
— Ashley Smith (@S2m1fy) May 22, 2017
We shld be signing the likes of lacazette not these unknown guys
— kevin kwendo (@kevinkwendo) May 22, 2017Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!
Are you kidding me?! I'm Nigerian and I don't even know him!
— Obilade O. Abisola (@ObiladeOA) May 23, 2017