Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger made five signings this summer almost he brought a new face for every position except a central midfielder. Alexis Sanchez was brought in the first place from Barcelona, Mathieu Debuchy joined from Newcastle United, goalkeeper David Ospina from Nice, defender Calum from Southampton and striker Danny Welbeck from Manchester United on the deadline day.
Here is a detailed look at Arsenal signings of summer 2014-2015:
One of the best signings of this summer is of attacker Alexis Sanchez who joined from Barcelona for a fee around £35million. It was Arsenal first summer signing and probably the best signing in terms of all aspects. The Chilean is already impressing at the Emirates, he has scored important goals.
The former Newcastle right-back Mathieu Debuchy was signed as Bacary Sagna’s replacement who left Arsenal for Manchester City on a free transfer few month ago. Arsenal paid £8million for the Frenchman. The 28-year-old was keen to play Champions League football.
A goalkeeper which was bought after seeing his heroics at the World Cup in Brazil. Arsenal signed him for £2.2million from French side Nice. The 26-year-old was brought to Emirates to give competition to the current first choice goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny.
The teenager was signed for a fee around £13million from Southampton. The versatile defender had an impressive last season for the Saints which caught Arsene Wenger’s eye. The 19-year-old has played all the three Premier League games for the Gunner so far.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger who made statement on striker several times that he won’t be buying a striker this summer but still he made the fans happy at the deadline day as Danny Welbeck signed from Manchester United. The Englishman was signed for a fee of £15million. He will be the main striker for the Gunners as Frenchman Olivier Giroud is out injured till the New Year.
With these signings Arsenal can surely do some better this season despite of a poor start of their Premier League campaign. Sanchez and Welbeck will have to play a vital role for Arsenal’s successful season.