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Premier League - Following mixed reactions from Arsenal FC fans, the Wenger has decided to conceive the idea of buying new players before end of transfer window.

Arsene Wenger responds about the perception that he is reluctant to spend money on new players that would make a difference in the struggling football club.

Mr. Wenger says he is willing to spend big amounts in the transfer market after coming under pressure from furious supporters during and after the goalless draw at the home of Leicester City.

Arsenal has no win from their first two matches in this new season - and this caused a demand from fans chanting that Wenger should open the club's cheque-book before the deadline of transfer window.

He said: "If we find the right player we will not be reluctant to spend big."

"If I just bought someone for 45 million pounds will I have done well?"

He added: "i do not understand why people say I am reluctant." 

"Spending the money itself is not a quality. Spending it to buy the right, top-quality player is the quality."

Mr. Wenger has bought midfield man Granit Xhaka from Borussia Moenchengladbach for 35 million pounds this summer as well as 2 million pounds on 20-year-old Rob Holding, who was excellent against Leicester City.

Arsenal FC are hoping to do a 25 million pounds deal for Valencia central defender Shkodran Mustafi before the transfer deadline.

He said: "I will spend 300 million pounds if I find the right player, and we have the money. But we also have 600 employees and we need to have a responsible attitude as well."

"I am a bit fed up saying the same thing when people say we do not want to spend. We analyse everything then make the right signings."

Mr. Wenger added: "Nobody is speaking about the performance of Rob Holding. You should be happy because he's English, 20-years old - but I am sorry he didn't cost 55 million pounds, so he can't be good."


--credit: BBC Sports


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