Arsenal boss Unai Emery has decided that Denis Suarez is not good enough to play in the first team and the club will not turn his loan deal into a permanent move this summer.
According to French football journalist Julien Laurens, Emery has been underwhelmed by the Spaniard’s performances in training.
“Yeah I think so [the money can be spent elsewhere],” Laurens said on Premier League Today.
“It hasn’t really worked out for Suarez. It is nothing Emery could have guessed before, anyone else at the club, not even Suarez.
“On paper, he looked like a good signing, it’s a loan, let’s see what he can do in England. It turns out even at training maybe Emery has seen that he was not good enough to give him more game time. So I think this one obviously is not going to go any further.”
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Laurens believes the club will be clever with their summer spending.
“They won’t have much money to spend in the summer, I think they will have a bit of money to spend, but not hundreds of millions,” he added.
“So they will have to be very careful where they spend it. If they do like last summer, where you look at [Bernd] Leno, Sokratis [Papastathopoulos], [Matteo] Guendouzi and [Lucas] Torreira, that was money very well spent.
“They will have to do that again this summer with the budget they will have to improve the squad.”