Unai Emery looks to have started his managerial career with a lot of gung-ho, at least in the transfer market, as he has already brought in quite a few quality players, making it more or less successful transfer window so far. However, according to the Express, he is still willing to bring in some more players, the French World Cup star Steven N’Zonzi being his primary target.
The Arsenal manager, however, might not be able to place a bid for the Sevilla midfielder unless he has funds at his disposal and for that, he might be forced to sell one of his current midfield aces, Aaron Ramsey.
Emery reportedly has exhausted all the funds that were allowed to him to bring in the likes of Matteo Guendouzi, Bernd Leno, Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Lucas Torreira and if he intends to make more signings, he might have to be ready to experience more player departures this summer.
N’Zonzi has been a long term target for the former Sevilla manager, as he played an important role under his tutelage at the Spanish club. However, it is believed that a fee of £25m is required for the Gunners to sign the player this summer. That might see the former Paris Saint Germain manager let his Welsh midfielder Ramsey leave the Emirates stadium.
Emery has been clear in his planning for the next season as he took the reins of the North London club in his hands and he has already made a strong decision while letting another midfield ace in the form of Jack Wilshere leave the club right after he joined.
Now, with the possible departure of Ramsey looming large over the Emirates, it is sure that the Spanish has his work cut out and will stop at nothing to get his required resources.