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  • Arsenal will sign quality players, says CEO Gazidis
  • English Premier League club Arsenal is in
    search of top players to boost the squad, CEO
    Ivan Gazidis has told the supporters.
    He also defended the decision to hand long-
    serving manager Arsene Wenger a new contract
    after a season marred by protests.
    A vociferous section of fans turned on the
    manager as results faltered when Arsenal exited
    the Champions League and their hopes of a
    change of leadership were dashed when he
    signed a new two-year deal at the end of the
    campaign.
    “We’re looking for top-quality players,” Gazidis
    said at a fan event on Thursday. “We’ve got
    three times as many scouts as we had four
    years ago. I believe that to be a world-class
    football club you’ve got to be world class off the
    pitch.”
    Some fans are disillusioned with the direction
    the club is heading in under Wenger, a feeling
    compounded by the perception that he is
    unwilling to spend big money on players that
    can take Arsenal to the next level.
    On the pitch, Arsenal won the FA Cup but
    finished fifth in the Premier League, failing to
    qualify for the Champions League for the first
    time in Wenger’s 21-year tenure.
    Gazidis denied there was an element of
    sentimentality behind the decision to give
    Wenger an extended stay.
    “It wasn’t a sentimental decision,” he said. “It
    was a mutual one… I care about the club and
    those values. I want the club to be successful.”
    With news trickling out of the Emirates that
    Alexis Sanchez — Arsenal’s best player over the
    past few years — wants out before the new
    campaign, the situation could quickly turn sour
    if results do not go Wenger’s way from the start
    of next season.
    Gazidis implored the supporters to unite behind
    the team.
    “There has been disagreement,” he added.
    “There has been a lack of unity and
    dissatisfaction. The board knows that.
    “I beg you, please come together and give our
    manager and this team support. I want the
    atmosphere to be united and it has been a
    struggle because we haven’t had that.”

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