Arsenal fans have long been familiar with the club’s annual Champions League campaign.
And while the Gunners have managed to get past the final, their run to the last four of the competition has been a mixed bag.
Arsène Wenger’s side had an eye on a big haul in the transfer market when he made his move to the Emirates Stadium, but the Gunneds have failed to get it done.
Arsenal have a number of players on the books from clubs in the Champions League but their main targets are not in the group stages.
The biggest target of all for Arsèle Wenger is Yaya Touré, who is expected to be sold this summer.
He has been linked with Manchester City and Liverpool as the player who will fill the gap left by Yaya Moutinho.
Arsenal also have to contend with a number other transfers in the summer window.
Olivier Giroud is out of contract at the end of the season and, with him out of favour, Arsenal will be looking to bring in another striker to replace him.
And, as the summer of 2019 approaches, the Gunner are also interested in the likes of Romelu Lukaku, who will be on the brink of a new contract at Everton.
Arsenal could also be in a position to land a new striker this summer, with the likes: Nacho Monreal, Mesut Ozil, Christian Benteke, Nacer Chadli, Alexandre Lacazette and Alexandre Santos all on their radar.
Arsenal are in a bit of a precarious position at the moment.
The Gunners are not far off the top of the Premier League, but they are far away from the top and have yet to make a major signing.
Arsene Wenger has a number players on his books from Premier League clubs, but his main targets have not been in the competition.
Arséne Wenger has only signed a couple of players this summer and the most important is Yossi Benayoun, who has been at Chelsea and Manchester United.
Arsenal are not the only club in need of an attacker.
Everton could be looking at a £6 million deal for Everton striker Romelue Lukaku.
The Gunners could be facing another tough season as they attempt to qualify for Europe.
Arsáne Wenger will be hoping to get his side in the UEFA Champions League, which will be played in the new Wembley Stadium in time for the end-of-season celebrations.