Arsenal are believed to be very close to agreeing two key transfers this week, but will there be more big signings?
The Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has claimed he is looking to bring in three big signings this summer, before playing down his own statement by insisting that Rob Holding was a big signing, albeit for only £2.5 Million.
Riyad Mahrez is widely reported to be very close to completing a move from Leicester City in the current window, with his club believed to have agreed to allow him to leave should he see out the previous campaign.
Alexandre Lacazette is also believed to have had a similar agreement with Lyon, with his club having revealed that they agreed to allow the French striker to quit the club this summer.
The 26 year-old was believed to be close to agreeing a move to Atletico Madrid in recent months, before the Spanish giants lost out on their appeal to lift a transfer ban, and are subsequently unable to register new players until the new year.
Arsenal have since waded in with their own move for Lacazette, and are now confirmed to be extremely close to completing a deal, at least according to the French side.
A striker and attacking option being brought into the side may well open the door for Alexis Sanchez to quit the club, which looks extremely likely following his comments whilst on international duty with Chile this week, and his exit will surely bring in money which will be spent on other areas.
His fee will likely cover a huge portion of the deal with Lyon, but our squad needs much more added to it if we are to seriously challenge for the Premier League title this term.
Will we continue to add strength to our squad this term? Will we need further attacking players with Mahrez and Lacazette coming in for Alexis?