Arsenal have had a good season as they are on the verge of the return to European football next season. By missing out on the top four finish this season, still they can achieve the 5th position and hence play the Europa League competition next campaign.
This is huge for a young manager Mikel Arteta who has already won FA Cup trophy with Gunners. Since his takeover from Unai Emery former Arsenal manager now with Villarreal. However a well placed Arsenal to challenge for trophies next season has to ensure they make important signings this summer.
And we take a look into how they can line-up next campaign but if the likes of Paulo Dybala, Ruben Neves and Gabriel Jesus are signed by Arteta. With uncertainty over the future of Lacazette as well as Nketiah who are running down their contract. Will as well leave the club with no option than to bring in new players.
In defensive part of the team Arteta may need to bring back on-loan to Marseille. Saliba to challenge Ben White, Magalhaes and Rob Holding. With A midfield of Xhaka can be replaced with the Wolves and Portuguese international, Ruben Neves. So is a free agent Paulo Dybala from Juventus in which he can add more of experience needed at the engine room.
Therefore a 4-3-3 formation will be more appropriate for the 40-year-old manager at Emirates Stadium. In between the sticks a young and vibrant Aaron can maintain his place. So is Kieran in which his now on the road to recovery from a knee injury.
A stable partnership of Ben White and Gabriel Magalhaes will as well need a versatile Tomiyasu to support them in a last line of the defence. In midfield three, there could be the chance for the 'incoming' if signed, Ruben Neves, Partey and Dybala. While the attacking trio of Saka, Gabriel Jesus and Martin will be enough to threaten the opponents.
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