Arsenal manager Unai Emery has got off and running, in the transfer window at least.
The Spaniard has taken on the daunting task of succeeding Arsene Wenger, who stepped down at the end of the season following a 22-year spell in charge.
Emery was warmly welcomed by the majority of the Arsenal following, and now he has been given credit for making Stephan Lichtsteiner his first signing of the summer window.
On Tuesday, the North London outfit announced via their official website that the Switzerland international, who has won eight league titles in his career, has agreed to move to the Emirates on a free transfer.
The right-sided defender was released by Juventus following a seven-year spell, which saw him win 14 trophies with the Italian giants, including seven Serie A crowns.
The experienced player will give a much-needed boost to Arsenal’s defence, which came under huge criticism last season, particularly in the closing stages when certain players, including Shkodran Mustafi, made some costly errors.
Arsenal fans can be very critical of their club, but the majority are content with the signing of Lichtsteiner.