With the now confirmed and completed signing of Gabriel Jesus, Arsenal's sits in a position of 3 different ways they can formulate there attacking options. Here are the 3 likely ways Mikel arteta my deploit his attacking squad;
The first option comes with a 4-2-3-1 formation, which feats the new signee, Gabriel jesus as a central striker alogside Emile Smith-Rowe and Bukayo Saka as wingers in attacking.
However, Martin Odegaard will feature as a central attacking midfielder.
The second option is less different from option one only that Martinelli has been included as a left winger and Bukayo Saka remaining as a right winger.
Gabriel jesus and Martin Odegaard will not alter their positions in this second option of attacking.
The last option features the Brazilian Gabriel jesus as a right winger with Eddie Nketiah as a central striker.
Bukayo Saka in this option shifts to play as left winger with new signee Viera deployed as a central attacking Midfielder.
Here's is a breakdown figure of the possible Arsenal's attacking lineup come next season:
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