With Arsenal having already announced the signing of the German international centre back Shkodran Mustafi from Valencia and the Spanish striker Lucas Perez from Deportivo La Coruna this week, the chances of Arsene Wenger adding any more players to the Arsenal squad on transfer deadline day are much smaller.
When Jack Wilshere burst into the Arsenal first team at the tender age of 16, he followed Theo Walcott by being hailed as the “Future of England” with his bulldog attitude and limitless confidence but, like Walcott, his development has been severely hampered by injuries.
While Arsenal were flying along in the Premier League, and beating an unbeatable looking Bayern Munich team into the bargain, no one was too concerned about the injury situation at the club. And to be fair, there were not many Gunners out of action for us to worry about.
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