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Jens Lehmann Going unbeaten in the league in his first season, , was a fine start to Lehmann's Arsenal career. He was one of the first names on the team-sheet for the double season and played a big part in Arsenal's 'Invincibles' campaign.
He left the club in after making almost appearances in his seven-year spell in north London. Sol Campbell Sol Campbell: Now trying his hand as a manager after years of learning under Arsene Wenger The signing of Campbell on a free transfer from Tottenham remains one of the most controversial moves in the history of the Premier League.
The England international surprised the footballing fraternity with the move but his decision, and that of Wenger to poach a player from Arsenal's fierce local rivals, would be vindicated as he was a pivotal part of the Invincibles' unbeaten defence.
Laurent Koscielny Laurent Koscielny celebrates his goal against Chelsea The Frenchman joined as a virtually unknown player in but he would soon establish himself as an important member of Wenger's defence.
He scored the equaliser as Arsenal came from down to beat Hull in the FA Cup final to end a run of 10 years without a trophy and was labelled as one of the world's best defenders by Wenger as he developed at the Emirates Stadium.
He departed for Bordeaux in the summer having refused to travel on the club's pre-season tour. Ashley Cole Not strictly a Wenger signing but Cole deserves his place in this side having been given his chance to shine by the Frenchman.
He came through the ranks and was given his first-team debut at the age of 18, going on to become one of the best left-backs in the world.
Two Premier League titles, including the unbeaten season of , and three FA Cups would be his reward before an acrimonious move to rivals Chelsea would tarnish his Arsenal legacy.
The Frenchman left Arsenal in after 22 years.
Cesc Fabregas Cesc Fabregas' tribute to Arsene Wenger upon the manager's departure from Arsenal in Signed as a year-old from Barcelona's fabled academy in , Fabregas was soon playing first-team football with Arsenal and remains their youngest-ever player and youngest-ever goalscorer.
He became one of the main focal points of Wenger's team and remains one of his biggest success stories but could never manage to help the club win the Premier League for a fourth time before his return to the Nou Camp in - Fabregas would eventually get his hands on a Premier League winners' medal after joining Chelsea in Patrick Vieira Vieira technically joined the club in the closing days of Bruce Rioch's time in charge and before Wenger took the reins at Highbury.
But Vieira admitted it was Wenger's impending arrival which saw him join a club he would go on to captain. Another member of the 'Invincibles' campaign, his tough-tackling, full-blooded approach won many admirers and earned more than the odd red card.
Freddie Ljungberg Freddie Ljungberg: The former Sweden international is now a coach at Arsenal Marking his debut with a goal against bitter rivals Manchester United endeared the Sweden international to the Arsenal fans instantly - and Ljungberg would go on to become a vital ingredient in Wenger's side.
Signed after plenty of scouting, Ljungberg made his mark, scoring 71 goals in his Arsenal appearances, earning him the 11th spot in arsenal.
He now works as assistant to current Arsenal head coach Unai Emery. Alexis Sanchez Alexis Sanchez celebrates The Chile forward just pips Arsenal's club-record signing Mesut Ozil to a spot in the front three of Wenger's greatest signings.
Brought in from Barcelona in his mixture of tenacity, skill and goalscoring ability saw him become a very popular figure among the home fans at the Emirates Stadium.
He scored 25 goals in his debut season including one in the FA Cup final win over Aston Villa as Arsenal claimed a record 12th victory in the competition but left for Manchester United under a cloud in January where his form dipped alarmingly ahead of a loan move to Inter Milan last summer.
Thierry Henry The most obvious inclusion up front is Henry - the France forward who is Arsenal's all-time leading scorer having notched goals across two spells with the club. After an underwhelming stint at Juventus, Henry joined compatriot Wenger and was converted into an out-and-out striker and would never look back.
Henry was the Premier League's top goalscorer in four different seasons, winning seven honours with the Gunners.
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And, despite an indifferent start, he would maintain that during a six-year spell at the club which saw him score 84 goals, some of them very memorable, as he played his part in one of the most successful periods in Arsenal's history.