- Unai Emery wants five new signings at Arsenal at the end of the season
- Emery is said to have told the club's chiefs after defeat against Manchester City
- Arsenal are currently occupying sixth position on the Premier League standings
Unai Emery who is the manager of Premier League side Arsenal has reportedly told the club's chiefs that he wants new five players when the ongoing season comes to an end.
The Gunners are currently battling to finish among the top four teams in the Premier League with serious competition coming from Manchester United and Chelsea.
Emery's men were beaten 3-1 by Manchester City in their last Premier encounter which now put them in sixth position on the standings.
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And after the defeat against the Citizens, Unai Emery was said to have told the board that he needs five more signings in the summer.
According to the report by UK Sun, Unai Emery will be glad if at least three out of his five requests can be granted at the Emirates stadium.
Emery was also reported to have made it known before the close of the January transfer that there was no enough money to make permanent deals.
The Gunners only signed Denis Suarez during the transfer window, and they got his signature on loan from reigning Spanish champions Barcelona.
Meanwhile, Mesut Ozil and Aaron Ramsey could be leaving the Emirates stadium at the end of the season so as to help Arsenal raise funds for new signings.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Unai Emery who is the handler of Premier League side Arsenal explained that new signing Denis Suarez did not join the club to take the position of German star Mesut Ozil.
There have been reports that Denis Suarez will take the place of Mesut Ozil at the Emirates stadium until the end of the ongoing Premier League season.
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