Most of the summer transfer talk surrounding Arsenal so far has been about the attacking side of things, with the ongoing contract speculation about Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil alongside the Arsenal transfer rumours linking us to the two French international forwards Alexandre Lacazette and Kylian Mbappe.
But just as important for Arsenal to have any chance of claiming the Premier League title next time around is our ability to stop the other side from scoring and that ability was not much in evidence last season, with our 44 EPL goals conceded being the worst in the top six.
Arsene Wenger does seem to have addressed this to some extent with the new back three formation but a quick look back to what happened in both clashes with Bayern Munich once Arsenal lost Koscielny tells you that having the right defenders on the pitch plays a huge part.
So with that in mind I want to know what you guys think about our two young England internationals Rob Holding and Calum Chambers and whether the boss should have both in the squad next season. Holding did not play much but he certainly shone in the latter stages, while Chambers endured relegation on loan with Middlesborough, although the blame was not really his.
Judging from the England under 21 teams picked bu Southgate at the Euros this summer he seems to think Chambers is the better player, in the middle of a back four at least, but there is also the question of experience with Holding being a relative novice to the national team.
Both can play at right back as well so which, if any, of the two young Gunners do you expect to see more from in an Arsenal shirt?