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Arsene Wenger has been promised funds to strengthen his Arsenal squad in the summer.
The Gunners supremo has been forced to tighten the purse strings in recent seasons, mainly due to the funding required to turn their new proposed stadium at Ashburton Grove into reality.
With obstacles to the stadium being steadily overcome and The Gunners set to receive a financial boost from a deal struck with broadcaster ITV four years ago, Wenger has been promised funds to add strength to his squad.
Arsene Wenger has vowed only to make big-name signings this summer, with Michael Owen's name again cropping up as a possible target along with Shaun Wright-Phillips.
Wenger has seemingly missed out on the Premiership crown this term, with injuries to key players exposing a lack of depth to his squad.
Youngsters such as Cesc Fabregas, Gael Clichy, Mathieu Flamini, Robin van Persie and Justin Hoyte have been thrust into more action than Wenger would have liked this term.
Arsenal vice-chairman David Dein has confirmed Arsene Wenger will have the funds to add to his squad during the summer.
With Arsenal busy building their new stadium at Ashburton Grove there had been fears that Wenger would be unable to strengthen his hand in the close season.
Wenger is likely to make cosmetic changes to his squad in an attempt to wrestle the Premiersh