After Arsenal’s second disappointing away draw from their first three League games, Arsene Wenger is at pains to tell the fans to trust him, whether he finds the “right player” in thetransfer market today or not. And the Frenchman certainly doesn’t want to promise any new arrivals just yet.
“As long as the transfer market is open it makes everyone dream by thinking the solution is always somewhere but it’s not necessarily obvious,” he said.
“The solution every time you don’t win is to buy someone. We are out there and we’ll try our best and you have to trust us.
“You can’t think every time you don’t win a game there’s a miracle man who can win you the game.
“Why did Manchester City not win against Stoke? They have plenty of strikers, football is a team sport and we cannot sell it too much as an individual sport.”
“I have been in England long enough to know I don’t want to promise when I’m not 100 per cent,”
“It is not unlimited money because that’s not the way we manage the club. We will try to make the right decision but we have the resources if we think it’s the right player.”
To be honest that just sounds like the usual waffle from Wenger. Two days ago Jose Mourinho knew that he needed a striker after Fernando Torres left, and yesterday he bought Loic Remy.
Meanwhile Wenger has known we needed a defensive midfielder, a centre-back and a striker for two years…..
No, I don’t trust him!