Leicester and Arsenal ground out a 0-0 draw at the King Power Stadium as the toothless Gunners were left to rue their lack of firepower.
Both teams remain winless after their opening two Premier League games, with champions Leicester frustrating the visitors for long spells on Saturday evening.
And it only added to the growing calls for Gunners boss Arsene Wenger to splash that cash and invest in a new striker.
Come on wenger!!! its not like its your money, spend it ððð
— Ahmed Tariq (@il3laiwat) August 20, 2016
We need to find Koscielny the partner he deserves and Mesut a striker he deserves. Pleeeeeaseeeeeeeee Arsene.
— Zana (@r_zana) August 20, 2016
I don't get, can't the present Arsenal players cry for a striker? If wenger won't listen to the fans, he should listen to them, come on!
— David (@daayveeed) August 20, 2016
Can't believe it's been 6 days since being smashed at home and Wenger still refuses to spend money the useless old clown.
— TikiTakaConnor (@TikiTakaConnor) August 20, 2016
In a BT Sport interview after the uneventful match, Wenger said he was “fed up” with the constant questions on whether or not he’d be snapping up any new players.
“I would say spending in itself is not a quality, spending and buying the right players is a quality,” the Arsenal manager said.
“I’m a bit fed up to always respond to the same things. We analyse absolutely everything and after we have to make the right decision – it’s what we did historically.”
Wenger added: “What matters to me is when you have a club with 600 employees that you make sure that you can pay everybody at the end of the month. And after, if you have the money, to spend 300 million then you can do it.”
His comment seemed to anger desperate fans even more leading to many declaring they’d be happy to see the back of him.
Wenger has lost the plot. To think that he would destroy his legacy by refusing to spend some money. He should leave the club this year
— . (@electric7anchez) August 20, 2016
Anyone know any top class managers that are available. Decent salary at Â£8m a year. #WengerOut #Arsenal support the team NOT the regime
— James Humphries (@JimmyH_55) August 20, 2016
And that is why I'd rather Wenger out. Just to see another manager come on with a fresh head to lift the heads of these players again.
— Sabah ChÃ¶tu (@Sabah_ChotuAFC) August 20, 2016
Enough is enough. Go away Arsene. Everyone has had enough. #WengerOut #Arsenal
— RobAnt80 (@RobAnt80) August 20, 2016