Arsenal are still not planning to buy a striker despite of the injury of French striker Olivier Giroud according to boss Arsene Wenger.
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Arsenal only experienced striker Olivier Giroud suffered an injury in a 2 – 2 draw against Everton last weekend. The Frenchman is out until the start of next year according to his surgery reports.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has told that the Gunners have no intentions to buy a striker despite of Giroud’s injury.
After Giroud’s equalizer against Everton on Saturday it was believed that Arsenal don’t need a striker but after his injury, they certainly need one. Yaya Sanoga and Joel Campbell are young and inexperienced while playing new boy Alexis Sanchez upfront will not be a perfect option.
Wenger told when asked about the new striker signing: “You will ask me straight away who we will buy,” he said. “I give you the answer - at the moment, no-one.”
The French manager said that players usually get injured and do they sign their replacement everytime? No, currently Arsenal have a long list of injured players and they have not planned to buy any replacement.
Arsenal attacker Theo Walcott is close to returning from an injury he suffered in January.
Besiktas manager Slaven Bilic also told that Arsenal will be struggling in the Champions League if they didn’t land any new striker before the transfer window ends on Monday.
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