Arsenal will sign two more players in this summer's transfer window, manager Arsene Wenger revealed.
The Gunners have already secured the services of Switzerland's Granit Xhaka but failed in their attempt to bring striker Jamie Vardy to the Emirates.
According to recent reports, the Frenchman wants to bring a striker and another midfielder to complete his squad ahead of next season.
"We've already bought one player – Granit Xhaka – from Monchengladbach, because we've lost three players," Wenger told Tencent Sports.
"We've lost [Mikel] Arteta, we've lost [Tomas] Rosicky and [Mathieu] Flamini.
"So we've bought one midfielder and we're still in the market to buy one or two more players.
"But it is not easy. It is not just buying. We also have to keep a good balance. If you buy too many players you destabilise your team. So three is the maximum."