Let’s take a look into Arsene Wenger’s transfer signings and make a list of his top 10 most expensive.
Arsene Wenger started his managerial career at Nancy, while made a name for himself at Monaco, winning the French Ligue 1 in the 1987-88 campaign.
He also spent a year and a half in Japan, before moving to Arsenal back in October 1996. The Frenchman spent the next 22 years in London and won three Premier Leagues and record-breaking seven FA Cups with the Gunners.
Wenger worked with many of the best players, first at the Highbury Stadium and later at the Emirates. Some of them he brought in as youngsters and transformed them into real football stars, while for others he just had to splash the cash in order to sign them. Here are his most expensive transfer signings according to transfermarkt.