However, according to Wenger, Arsenal are 100% going to sign another centre back before the Liverpool game. Certainly, this will be a good news there if the Frenchman keeps his word.
However, in his pursuit of strengthening the Gunners squad, it is reported via the Daily Mail that the Gunners have handed a trial to Polish international Thom Jonkerman currently playing for FC Dordrecht which is part of the Nike Academy.
Jonkerman is a talent shot-stopper, who will currently with the Arsenal Under-19 squad at the Durban international Cup in South Africa and featured in the 2-1 victory over Golden Arrows this week.
The Polish international with the Gunners will be decided by the tournament as well as how good he fits in during training sessions.
The 18-year-old is part of the Nike Academy and has impressed for them, with scouts from the Gunners keeping an eye on his progress and having been impressed, have decided to take him on trial with the under-19s, who are currently playing in the Durban International Cup.
Jonkerman’s future will be decided by the tournament as well as how he fits in during training sessions.
Meanwhile, an Arsenal player Julio Pleguezuelo has moved to RCD Mallorca on a season-long loan but Arsenal and the club have yet to announce the confirmation of move, although he has already been spotted while at training with the club.
In terms of signings for the Gunners, they are heavily interested in signing the likes of Alexandre Lacazette and Shkodran Mustafi, while Leicester City’s Riyad Mahrez is also being monitored though it appears that Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri will get to keep a hold of his star man beyond the summer.