According to Arsenal legend Ian Wright, Arsenal will do a lot better next season if they sign Tammy Abraham in the summer, or a player with the same profile as his. Wright explained that Tammy Abraham would be the right fit for Arteta's side because he has the hunger to score goals and considering the amount of chances Arsenal are making, he will definitely thrive if handed such a setting on the pitch. He further urged Arteta to be very selective with his transfer options in the summer because Arsenal cannot risk messing up next season.
"Tammy has the hunger to finish chances that Arsenal are not finishing right now. They are making chances but someone is not in there taking them. Tammy is at that stage now where he would be able to gobble all that up without hesitation."
Arsenal have reportedly been linked with a move for Galatasaray center forward Kerem Akturkoglu who has been outstanding this season for the Turkish giants. So good has been his performance that Tottenham's Antonio Conte has also taken a liking to how he plays and wants to include him in his squad next season. According to football analyst Peter Baines, signing Akturkoglu under Arteta would be a big boost for the Gunners ahead of next season.
"I feel like, during this time of transition for Arsenal, Akturkoglu would fit in well at the number 9 role. His dynamism makes him an ever better target in the summer because he can play as a false number 10 and as a target man. Lacazette is really struggling to maintain the two roles and that is probably why his goal tally is relatively low. However, for Akturkoglu, the opposite is the case in Galatasaray."
Mohammed Elneny clearly has no chance of getting himself back on Arsenal's starting eleven and all that awaits him at the end of the season is a permanent move, probably to Turkey where he has amassed a big fan base. His agent has been very direct about his plans for next season and there is no doubt that he will leave Arsenal in the summer.
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