Arsenal are in desperate need of a top class striker to lead the line, and Edinson Cavani has confirmed that he will be considering his future at the end of the season.
The PSG star has failed to overthrow first-choice Zlatan Ibrahimovic for a central role up front, and is believed to have grown frustrated at having been forced to play out wide.
You cannot blame the Uruguayan however, because hardly any players in the world can boast a goalscoring record of 105 goals in 117 League appearances which Zlatan has achieved.
Cavani was used to being the main goalscoring threat, bagging an impressive 78 Serie A goals during a three-year spell with Napoli, and will likely return to similar heights should he return to the middle next season.
His record for PSG is more than respectable despite being forced to play off Zlatan, securing a record better than a goal every two matches in each campaign since joining, and could be exactly what we are lacking up front.
Giroud, Walcott and Welbeck combined can only claim 20 Premier League goals, in their combined 60 appearances, with only the latter returning at least one goal for every two outings.
If Cavani does decide to leave the French champions, we need to pull out all the stops in order to secure his signature. Arsene Wenger has admitted to being a fan of the 29 year-old previously, but could he finally back that up with a bid?
The Frenchman claimed he did not sign a striker in January because nobody available was better than Danny Welbeck, but surely Cavani would satisfy that category (and then some)!
Unlike Zlatan, Cavani would not bring his ego into the dressing room, and could only help bring experience and level-headedness to our squad.
Would you still take a 34 year-old Ibrahimovich over Edinson? Or would you just take anyone who would come?