Arsenal have confirmed three deals on the penultimate Monday in June.
But some Gunners supporters are not quite happy as none of the aforementioned deals have been regarding new signings to bolster Mikel Arteta’s first-team squad.
Whilst none of the moves have directly affected the first-team squad, Arsenal have been busy waving goodbye to a trio of players from the academy set-up.
The first exit confirmed was that of 20-year-old attacking midfielder Trae Coyle, who spent a portion of last season on loan at Gillingham, as he has sealed a permanent transfer to Swiss side Lausanne-Sport after more than a decade in the youth development ranks.
Next was Zech Medley.
As first reported by football.london, the defender – who made his first-team debut under Unai Emery in the 2018/2019 season – has completed his move to KV Oostende.
Completing the hat-trick of exits was another centre-back in Mark McGuinness who has joined Championship outfit Cardiff City on a three-year deal.
Despite all of these moves being announced via @ArsenalAcademy on Twitter, the fact the posts were re-tweeted by the main Arsenal account has prompted some fans to decide what the next deal should be.
Amid links to the likes of Houssem Aouar, Ben White and Albert Sambi Lokonga, a simple two-word reply shows who some Gunners supporters want to see join the club this summer.
The summer window is officially open, and it’s going to be tough to keep up with the comings and goings in and out of the Emirates.
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@Ryan_Colaco said: “How about telling the senior team to spend some money?”
@AFCBezza said: “Sign some players!!!!”
@VeryFalseNeto said: “Announce someone.”