Arsenal coach Emery happy with transfer business

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The club has been busy landing goalkeeper Bernd Leno, centre-half Sokratis, defensive midfielder Lucas Torreira, as well as Swiss national captain Stephan Lichtsteiner as well as 19-year-old French prodigy Matteo Guendouzi.

Arsenal boss Unai Emery wants to bring Boca Juniors attacker Cristian Pavon to London.

I'm very happy with him.

"To sign [a player] in the next month?"

Arsenal are open to signing one more player if a "big opportunity" presents itself, according to manager Unai Emery.

"I know this player is very important for the supporters, he grew up here with Arsenal".

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Arsenal finished a disappointing sixth last season and missed out on a Champions League qualifying spot, with manager Arsene Wenger leaving after nearly 22 years at the club. The season begins with a game against Manchester City on August 12.

While Wilshere moved on at the end of his deal, Emery is keen for Arsenal to avoid a similar situation with Aaron Ramsey, whose contract expires next year. Now, Emery is looking to finally get hold of Gomes, with the Spanish manager interested in the Portuguese midfielder since his time in charge of Sevilla.

They face a tough Premier League opener against champions Manchester City on August 12 with Emery, who left French title holders Paris St Germain at the end of last season, trying to build a team that can compete for a top-four finish. I explained to him my opinion and how I will want to create the team.

"Also he explained to me the decision is not easy for him but he wanted to choose the best option for him".

'For me, every day, every training session, he has the ambition I want.

"At the moment, I think the squad is complete", Emery told a prematch news conference ahead of a preseason friendly at Boreham Wood.

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