With Gonzalo Higuain on the verge of joining Arsenal - were the north London club's previous record signings hits or misses?
Have Arsenal's most expensive transfer's worked out for the club, or have they been a giant flop?
Thursday 20 June 2013
With news of Arsenal’s interest in Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain intensifying every day ahead of a potential record-breaking transfer for the north London club, we take a look at the Gunners' 10 most expensive signings to date.
Did they work out for the club, or did they pack their bags soon after and head off as a distant memory to every Arsenal fan?
Click HERE or ‘VIEW GALLERY’ to launch our guide to Arsenal’s top 10 most expensive signings
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