Arsenal have strengthened at the back though with German keeper Bernd Leno arriving from Bayer Leverkusen while former Juventus defender and Switzerland skipper Stephan Lichtsteiner and Greek Sokratis Papastathopoulos will add guile in defence. In 2008, Ljungberg was ranked number 11 in a poll of the greatest Arsenal players in history.
"This won't happen in Premier League", Lehmann told Bild when asked if defending champions Manchester City are about to build a Bayern Munich-style dynasty in England. After 20 successful years with the club, Wenger's influence began to wane in recent seasons with the Gunners dropping well off the pace.
The 21-year-old was restricted to just a handful of starts after being hampered by a serious hamstring injury for much of last season and his place in Ernesto Valverde's first team this season is under threat following the arrival of Malcom from AS Roma. His sessions are very intricate in that regard.More news: Pochettino wants a title challenge from Spurs
That will come as good news to Arsenal fans. The preseason has also been a success for Arsenal, who have not registered a single 90-minute defeat during their summer preparations (W3 D2), with forwards Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette netting four goals each during that stretch.
So, understandably, manager Pep Guardiola has not really been embroiled in a lot of transfer action, with only goalie Joe Hart, who was already frozen out of the team for the past few seasons, sold to Burnley, and Yaya Toure released.
Lehmann also gave a surprising compliment to Spurs by comparing them to the youthful Arsenal sides that he was a part of between 2003 and 2008.More news: The Flash Suit Leak: Grant Gustin's Response - New Season 5 Costume
"Like Arsene [Wenger], he's a workaholic: he's always watching film of training or the opposition".
Ramsey is a key figure in the club's midfield but they could lose him for nothing next summer if they don't get him tied down long-term.More news: Climate risks entering state of irreversible 'hothouse' conditions