Arsenal have made it clear they want to sign Lisandro Martinez from Ajax this summer. Already as per Daily Mail they have then placed a £34m bid to the Dutch outfit and are waiting for results if they can get a transfer breakthrough.
Meanwhile the likes of Rob Holding, Ben White, Magalhaes and William Saliba are all available for selection. This will give Arteta a huge selection headache especially if not any of the current players don't move out of the club this summer.
Having asked Saliba to make a return from on-loan deal with the Marseille side is a sign of using him regularly next season. Rob Holding had been a player warming the bench in most matches in last season and may continue on the same next season.
But Gabriel Magalhaes and Ben White were so important in the Arteta's team last season. So if Arteta can't make changes in a way to line-up his troops to accommodate three players at the back line. It's more likely the likes of Lisandro Martinez if he will arrive and Saliba to start ahead of Ben White or Gabriel Magalhaes.
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