It may not seem like it right now but the dominance of Liverpool and Man City will end, it always does and when that happens Arsenal need to be in a position to capitalise.
In all reality, Arsenal cannot compete with City and Liverpool at this moment in time but Pep Guardiola will depart one day, so will Jurgen Klopp, their best players will move on or get older and history is littered with clubs that have failed to make that transition when circumstances change.
Man Utd is a classic modern-day example, their best players moved on and their replacements are not adequate for whatever reason and of course, they lost Sir Alex Ferguson.
I recall a time when Chelsea was dominant and the feeling was it would go on for years, it has not, though they have fared better than most to some degree.
The point is that, in all reality, once Liverpool and Man City begin their decline it will be one of Man Utd, Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea that fills the void and that comes down to which team is the most prepared.
From what I can see right now it is Chelsea and Arsenal that are best positioned, both clubs have excellent young players some playing first-team football, on the fringes and coming through, I just do not see the same with Tottenham and Man Utd.
Obviously it is subjective right now in terms of which club will take over the crown in years to come but one thing is for certain, it will happen, everything goes in cycles.