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  • June 12, 2019
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Unai Emery is keen to strengthen his squad this summer after a disappointing first season in charge at the Emirates Stadium.

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The Gunners missed out on a Premier League top four spot after a late dip in form, and then blew their last chance to qualify for the Champions League as they were thumped 4-1 by Chelsea in the Europa League final.

However, it is widely claimed the boss has been given a transfer kitty of just £40million for this transfer window, before any player sales.

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And Dixon has told talkSPORT Emery must try to convince the club’s board to give him more funds to bolster his team this summer, admitting the Gunners need a big overhaul.

“It’s a huge summer for Arsenal,” said club legend Dixon at a special screening of the new documentary, Diego Maradona, in London on Monday night.

“It was always going to be a big summer regardless of where they finished and whether they got to the Europa League or not.

“I think Emery knew this season was going to end like this, to a point where we either got into the top four and got Champions League football or we didn’t quite. We failed on that front.

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