Arsenal boss Unai Emery is planning for the upcoming summer transfers but will not be signing any big names.
That’s the viewpoint of the former Gunners striker, Kevin Campbell who has a belief that Emery will seek for names which will strengthen the Arsenal squad.
Emery will be a busy man this summer with a lot of tasks as many players will be departing while many will be joining the Emirates.
Campbell believes that Emery will look to answer the critics by signings quality players.
“I think Unai Emery knows what he wants already,” Campbell told Express Sport.
“He’s very meticulous in his planning, and if I’ve gathered anything from listening to him and seeing how he prepares, he will know the targets he wants to attract.
“It may not be these star names, the world-class players, but Arsenal could do with some functionality and being tough to beat and having players that will put a shift in.
“It’s not the name on the back of the shirt, and it’s more the front of the shirt and the heart to get the team moving forward.
“Unai Emery is going to batten down the hatches and bring in an influx of players that are going to be functional for him.”
The 47-year-old will be expecting to get an influx of funds this summer as compared to January.