Spanish international goalkeeper Manuel Almunia has blasted Arsene Wenger’s transfer policy by insisting that the team can’t win anything with kids.
The Gunners keeper wants manager Wenger to bring in more experienced players to boost Arsenal’s title challenge for the coming season.
Almunia also added that it is great to have a young team but youth doesn’t give the team titles and to go a step further, players need to demand more of themselves, be more professional, braver in big games.
He also said that the team need the manager to work harder to get what the club needs, and the club to make an extra effort to make us more competitive and Arsenal at the moment need more than youth.
Almunia’s outburst puts him on a collision course with Wenger, who rejects the idea that simply spending money is the way forward.
The Arsenal boss, who was criticised by shareholders after a fourth season without silverware, said that Arsenal have got an ‘anti-Real’ policy.