Arsenal boss Unai Emery Transfer business complete

Arsenal boss Unai Emery Transfer business complete

Torreira becomes Unai Emery's fourth signing of the summer transfer window as the new man in charge at Arsenal looks to assemble a squad capable of challenging for trophies next season.

"Then, we are looking at who are the players whose personality is the best in the dressing room".

Unai Emery was chosen among many Arsenal's potential candidates to replace Arsene Wenger and the Arsenal board decided that the Spanish manager was the right man for the job, the supporters also are already impressed with the new manager because he has brought in new signings at the club quickly than they expected.

"At the moment, I think the squad is complete", Emery told a prematch news conference ahead of a preseason friendly at Boreham Wood. "I am sure we will meet together in the next week or month or in the near future".

"The first two weeks for us is to start knowing the club, knowing the players, knowing all the people who are working with us".

Wenger's 22-year reign came to an end last season, with Emery appointed as the club's new head coach in May following the Spaniard's departure from Paris Saint-Germain.

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"I know him [N'Zonzi] but we didn't do movement for him", he said.

After making a comeback into the side, he then missed the final four games of the season, reportedly because of his reluctance to sign a new deal with his then-contract expiring in July 2019 and other teams beginning to take an interest, with Arsenal having now won the race for his signature.

But Emery wants the player to stay, as he knows how important he is to the team.

"I am very happy with him".

"This is one question for the player and for the club", Emery said about Ramsey's contract.

'I want all the players showing their best quality on the pitch in each training session and each match'. "The information with Arsene is also important for me, but the best is my direct relationship and conversations with the players".