Arsenal started their transfer activities for the upcoming summer pretty earlier. A deal was confirmed for Bosnian international and former Schalke 04 left back Sead Kolasinac in the first week of June but the Gunners are yet to add another player to their rank.
However, Arsenal have been linked with several top-notch players but Arsene Wenger has the task of retain all his squad members while the Gunners search for quality players.
Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil, Lucas Perez and Alex Oxlade Chamberlain have been transfer subjects of some top Clubs within and outside the Premier League – If Ozil or Sanchez are allowed to leave, it will set Arsenal back to a rebuilding stage of the team.
We take a swipe of three deals Arsene Wenger must complete this summer.
Not much has been said about his probable exit from Arsenal. Like Sanchez, Ozil has stalled over a new contract for Arsenal and the Gunners failure to qualify for the Champions League may pose a deterrence to the player signing an improved contract.
Ozil has been linked with a move to Germany and Turkey but Wenger must ensure that the German playmaker stays put at the Emirates. He may opt to stay back of Arsenal makes a marquee signing in the mould of Aubameyang.
The Chilean ended last season as the best Arsenal player but he has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester City, PSG and Bayern Munich.
He has remained coy over his future with us and it we understand at GFN that he wants out of the Emirates in order to play in the Champions and win trophies with more “ambitious” Clubs.
If Calum Chambers and Jack Wilshere returns to Arsenal in the upcoming season, Wenger would have a strong and large midfield/defense but the potency of the Arsenal attack is one that deserves attention.
We have been linked with a move for Lacazette, who is a quality player but plays second fiddle to Oliver Giroud for the Les Blues. Methinks, Arsenal should break the bank for Aubameyang whose Club has agreed to let him leave for the right price.
Aubameyang is one of the best strikers in Europe at the moment and i see no reason why Arsenal would not want to sign him.