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Arsenal Supporters’ Trust demand inquiry after club fail to sign single outfield player during summer transfer window

Emirates Stadium side made little impact in the summer transfer window.

Having managed just one high-profile signing all summer, that of keeper Petr Cech, the Arsenal Supporters’ Trust have demanded a ‘full review’ of the club’s North London side’s transfer policy according to the London Evening Standard.

Arsene Wenger had been linked with big-money moves for the likes of Karim Benzema, Edinson Cavani as well as more realistic targets such as Sevilla’s Grzegorz Krychowiak, but seemingly opted against bringing in any late additions.

Arsenal have started the season in average fashion and the fact that the Emirates Stadium side have managed to net just three goals in four Premier League fixtures, two of those coming from own goals, would seem to suggest that the Gunners are light up front.

Nonetheless no additions of note were forthcoming and it would be fair to say that Cech has himself had an up and down time of it since his move from Chelsea.

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