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We need versatility in signings

Arsène Wenger is looking for versatility when he searches the transfer market for "the right additions" to his Arsenal squad.

The Arsenal manager hopes to bring in players before the deadline passes next Monday and, regardless of whether he strengthens in defence, midfield or attack, Wenger says any new recruits must have certain qualities.

"That is the key word - the right additions," he said. "That is what I work at - the right additions. It is not just about additions.

Forwards are making their case

Arsène Wenger believes his forwards have proved a point by starting the season well. The media have linked Arsenal with a number of strikers this summer and Wenger has recruited French youth international Yaya Sanogo.

But Olivier Giroud and Lukas Podolski have scored five goals between them in the opening three games of the season and Wenger is pleased with their contribution.

"By scoring the goals and being efficient offensively they are proving a point," he said. "I am sure of their quality.

Why I gave Wilshere a rest

Arsène Wenger says he decided to rest Jack Wilshere against Fulham after close consultation with the Club’s medical staff.

The dynamic midfielder played the full 90 minutes against both Aston Villa and Fenerbahce, while he also featured in England’s friendly against Scotland. Wenger left him out of the starting XI at Craven Cottage as a result but says Wilshere will play against Fenerbahce on Tuesday night.

“It is difficult because you don’t know how the body responds and when a player plays a good game he wants to continue,” the boss said.

Arsenal Ladies thrash Doncaster R.B.

Arsenal Ladies maintained their excellent recent Women's Super League form with a comprehensive 6-0 victory at Doncaster Rovers Belles on Wednesday evening.

Gilly Flaherty, Jordan Nobbs and Danielle Carter all struck in a four-minute first-half period to put Shelley Kerr's side in control.

Substitute Ellen White grabbed a fourth midway through the second half, before Carter added her second shortly after. Captain Steph Houghton put the gloss on the win after 76 minutes, firing in a 25-yard free-kick.

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