Full name Arsenal Football Club
Nickname(s) The Gunners
Ground Emirates Stadium
League Premier League
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An intriguing summer transfer window has seen some dramatic transformation at the Emirates coming into the 2013/14 Premier League season.
Having cleared the decks by getting rid of the likes of Andrey Arshavin, Denilson and Sebastien Squillaci – are the Gunners about to start splashing the cash and bring in some established stars that could take the club to the next level? Luis Suarez reportedly on the radar but for far too long, Gooners have seen their team fall just short but the question is – after so many seasons in which he’s been forced to juggle relative success on the pitch with a healthy bank balance, is Arsene Wenger prepared to wave the red and white cheque book at Europe’s big names and desert the club’s policy of frugality and development? In Jack Wilshere and Theo Walcott, Arsenal still have two of England’s brightest young stars but the former has been beset by injury problems since breaking into the international side and Wenger still seems to reluctant to play the latter in his favoured central role. Indeed, he spent much of the latter part of last season on the bench. Hopefully, any rifts have been repaired because the Emirates deserves to see some silverware simply because it is usually witness to some of the best football played in the top flight. There are bets available for Arsenal in all the domestic competitions and the Champions League and they are challenging Chelsea to finish as the top London club in the Premier League.