Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has ruled out a move for any striker, reports the Daily Star.

The Frenchman believes that he has enough strike power, and unless injury strikes, isn’t planning a move for a new forward: “It depends whether our midfielders get through now until the start of the season without injuries.” said Wenger.

“Up front we don’t need any more, maybe I will still bring in one centre-back. I will bring in a goalkeeper for sure and we are still out there to strengthen our squad. You do the deals when it’s possible, this time we could do it early and I am very happy with what I have done until now. It’s easier to prepare, but we are not the only club who have done business.

“Some other clubs have also done business – Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool have bought great players and the competition should be interesting again next season.”

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One man who had been repeatedly linked with the Gunners was Mario Balotelli, with some reports suggesting that Puma would even play a part in a deal, now they are the kit suppliers for the Emirates side. But despite the Italian rumoured to be wanting to leave Milan, Wenger is uninterested in bringing in a new forward.