The seriousness of the English Premier League outfit Arsenal was well placed under doubt in the last few days after it was reported that they have only got about £40 million available for manager Unai Emery for the summer window.
This raised a lot of concerns as it is known that the said amount cannot be able to meet with the demands at the Emirate Stadium knowing that there is a lot more to be done in terms of equipping the team.
It would be recalled that a former player questioned why the Arsenal board sacked former manager Arsene Wenger if they are also not ready to turn a new leaf.
However, the whole speculations have been cleared by David Ornstein who confirmed that the Spanish manager will have about £100 million budget in the coming window against the £40 million that was earlier speculated.
He, therefore, admitted that the £100 million budget will only be made available to the manager for more additions if the team qualifies for next season’s Champions League.
Meanwhile, that condition is looking difficult to meet knowing the level of the contest for the top four and the sixth position the club currently sits and how difficult it is to break in.