Arsenal striker Pierre Emerick Aubameyang has been promised that Mikel Arteta will be able to make additions this summer which will enable the side to compete for a top four place again, according to the Telegraph.
Arsenal have now missed out on the Champions League for four years in a row, but they have still been able to convince Aubameyang to stay.
The Gabonese striker is now said to be on the verge of penning a new long-term contract at the Emirates Stadium, which is a huge boost to Arteta’s side.
Aubameyang will spearhead Arsenal’s attack next season if he does stick around, and it seems that he has been given transfer assurances ahead of the new campaign.
Arsenal are seemingly struggling for funds, but it seems that the Gunners still have some ambitious and exciting transfer plans.
Indeed, Aubameyang has been promised that Arteta will be allowed to bring in some quality players this summer to make the North London side a force again.
Arsenal need additions in almost every area of their squad, despite their success in the FA Cup, with Arteta seemingly targeting a central defender and a midfielder.
Arsenal are also on the verge of landing Willian on a free transfer from Chelsea, the Telegraph report.