Arsenal have been the busiest Premier League club so far at the ongoing transfer market.
The North London outfits have captured some star players including Stephan Lichtsteiner, Bernd Leno and Sokratis Papadopoulos, and they are yet to end dealings with other clubs for more players.
Arsenal new manager Unai Emery seems to be the man behind the success made by the Gunners so far in terms of getting new players.
The Gunners, under Arsene Wenger, are known for their lack of huge spending during transfer periods as they prefer to use home-grown players but that philosophy is now a thing of the past as Unai Emery and Sven Mislintat are getting new and quality players ahead of next season.
There is another good news for the Gunners fans, Sky Sports are reporting that Uruguayan midfielder Lucas Torriera is set for his medicals today.
The British media suggest that the Gunners have sealed a €30m deal with Sampdoria for his signature and he is on his way to joining the North London outfits later today.
He was with the Uruguay team that were trashed 2-0 by France in the quarter-final stage of the FIFA World Cup in Russia last week.
Should he finally join the Gunners later this week, he would be given the responsibility to provide a strong shield for the team back four in the coming season.