With Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger an advocate of the Gunner's pre-season tours of Austria it would seem difficult to persuade him to join the likes of United and Chelsea in taking part in financially rewarding tours to the United States and the Far East. Wenger has said on many occasions the training his squad gets in Austria is invaluable preparation and he clearly is correct when analysing the competition the clubs face, not to mention the amount of travelling necessary. It's no co-incidence United always seem to start the season slowly, but the profit the club makes it a viable option. The Daily Mail reports Ivan Gazidis is keen to take advantage of such tours and maximise profits as efficiently as possible, and will put his case forward to Wenger. Arsenal are in need of money to finance their stadium debts, but not only those, especially if shareholder Stan Kroenke continues to take the cake by not paying for his shares.