Arsenal boss Wenger cuts short summer hols to sell star trio
The exit of that trio would give Wenger in excess of £50m to spend on new players. And the Frenchman's clear determination to rejuvenate his squad is reflected in his decision to put his own extended summer holiday on indefinite hold.
Wenger did spend the first five days after the end of the season with his family in France.
But he will now spend the rest of the close season working hard to finalise the ins and outs at the Emirates - as he looks to assemble a squad that will finally end the Gunners' trophy drought that goes back to the 2005 FA Cup.
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