Wenger silently improving his team

Wenger silently improving his team

There are a number of clubs from around the world that feel the need to make a huge splash when the transfer window comes along as they have to add world class and renowned players into their respective squads in order to satisfy the desire of their own fans as well as other reasons.

Arsenal is not a club that is known to be a big spender, at least in comparison to some of their rivals such as: Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool. However, there really is no need to splash out huge amounts of cash in order to improve a squad and Arsene Wenger is a prime example of this.

Mohamed Elneny is not such a well-known player but he is a player who has what it takes to drastically upgrade the team of Arsene Wenger and for a fairly cheap price as well. Elneny is a 23 year old Egyptian midfielder who can add more depth in the defensive section of the midfield.

Francis Coquelin and Mathieu Flamini are the defensive midfielders of Arsenal but Coquelin is injured at least until March and Flamini hasn’t exactly been making impressive performances but with the arrival of Elneny, the Egyptian performer will instantly solve this issue.

For a price tag of around £7 million, Elneny arrives to Emirates Stadium with Arsenal not having to dish out a large fee and at the age of 23, the Egyptian midfielder has plenty of years to re-coup the money that was spent in bringing him to the English club. You can now get some tasty odds at best customer service bookmaker Matchbook on him winning the Premier League title in his first 3 years at the club – might be worth a go!?

All signs are pointing towards Arsene Wenger making a smart signing but of course everything will evidently depend on the young midfielder performs in his new club. Arsenal is rumored to be interested in signing a few other players as the Frenchman is still keeping an eye out for potential reinforcements that can help his squad in their challenge of lifting the Premier League title.