The Gunners manager has spent just £11m in the summer transfer market after he signed Czech Republic international Petr Cech from Premier League champions Chelsea.
In the accounts, there’s over £200million in the bank
Arsenal have been linked with a £31m move for Real Madrid forward Karim Benzema, whilst Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has emerged as a surprise target.
And Arsenal director Lord Harris revealed that Wenger isn’t subject to any spending restrictions after the north London side navigated a tough period following their move to The Emirates.
“Money was tight when we moved to the Emirates but it’s a lot freer now,” Lord Harris told the Daily Mail.
“We could go into the market and probably buy any player in the world, apart from half a dozen who are unbuyable. In the accounts, there’s over £200million in the bank. You could say to Arsene we’ve got no money and he wouldn’t worry, or you could give him £100m and he might not spend it.”
Wenger guided Arsenal to successive FA Cup crowns in May after a 4-0 victory over Aston Villa at Wembley.
The Arsenal manager also led the Gunners to a third-place finish which booked their place in the Champions League for an 18th consecutive campaign.
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