Arsenal was eliminated from the Champions League on Wednesday, and it has now been confirmed that Arsenal will remain without a title this season as well.
However, Arsene Wenger is planning to end the trophy drought at the Emirates Stadium next season, because the Frenchman has already began to hunt players.
Wenger’s latest target is Malaga playmaker Isco, who has been called up for Spain today to play the pre-frendlies.
Interestingly, Arsenal’s chief scout Steve Rowley has been seen in the Malaga stands, a number of times, and apparently, he has talked very highly of the Spanish player.
Though, Wenger will have to pay £30m for the 20-year-old playmaker, but he will be ready to spend so he can land in a future asset.
Isco could be encouraged to join the team, after he has seen his former teammate Nacho Monreal play for them,. Monreal might be of help to his side in convincing Isco to join the Gunners.