There is a lot of debate among Arsenal fans and plenty of speculation from the football media about whether it will even be the decision of Arsene Wenger about what Arsenal should do in the transfer market this summer, but I have a feeling that the Frenchman is going to want to and be allowed to have one more crack at winning the Premier League title.
And assuming the Gunners do not manager to pull off a minor miracle and claw back the 11 point deficit to Leicester over the next couple of months, there will be huge pressure on the boss to address thee reasons for yet another failure in a season when it all looked set for us.
Surely the first thing to address and probably the main reason why the Gunners have been going backwards since the turn of the year is our shocking form in front of goal. When the not exactly prolific Danny Welbeck returns from injury and everyone latches onto him as a potential saviour up front then you know you have striker issues.
So Wenger is going to have to make some big decisions and I really hope he does not bottle them and bring out the same old line about there being no better forwards available. Because a quick look at the EPL scoring charts on Squawka.com show that there are plenty of better options in England alone.
Giroud is 7th in that chart but if you look at the amount of chances the French striker has had he should be well clear at the top. And I feel that it is time to say goodbye to Theo Walcott who has always promised much and delivered little. The poor finishing has put Wenger under massive pressure this season so will he finally do something about it?