While Arsene Wenger seems to be in no rush whatsoever to add any players to the Arsenal squad, some of our Premier League rivals are getting stuck right into the summer transfer window. Man United had already wrapped up the signing of the young Dutch forward Memphis Depay before the season finished and now it is the turn of Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool.
Some Arsenal fans might not feel that the Anfield club are one of the big rivals to Arsenal winning the league again, after the season just gone saw Rodgers and his players fail spectacularly to reach anything like the heights they had the season before with Luis Suarez leading their attack.
But I am not so sure, as you would expect some of their new players to be better in the second season and they will also have Sturridge back up front. And they have already beaten the Gunners to the transfer of James Milner, assuming that the Arsenal transfer rumours linking us to the versatile Englishman were right that is.
And today the Daily Mail is reporting that they have also captured the England international striker Danny Ings from relegated Burnley. The club owners and the manager do seem determined to make up for last season and these first two transfer additions are pretty good in my opinion.
So should Arsenal be worried?