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Arsenal legend says Gunners need to strengthen in three areas

Since Arsene Wenger announced that he would be ending his 22 year stay at Arsenal at the end of the season, there has been plenty of speculation about who will take the reigns to try to get the Gunners challenging for the Premier League title again.

Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has said that the next manager won’t have a lot of money to spend compared to the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea.

“Around £50million has been quoted – not in the same league as Chelsea or the Manchester clubs,” Wright told The Sun

The former England International then went on to claim that the new manager needs to focus on bringing in reinforcements for three positions to improve the squad.

“By my reckoning, Arsenal need a centre-half, a keeper and possibly another midfielder.

“What the new boss has to do is arrive with the knowledge he must develop what’s already there and turn them into Premier League stars.”

Arsenal haven’t won the Premier League since 2004 so the next man in charge will have a mamouth task ahead of them to orchestrate a title challenge – especially if the board aren’t willing to spend big.

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