Arsenal team next season made up of the players that have been linked with them

Arsenal has been linked with a move for a number of players in recent months. As the season comes to an end, rumours linking them with new players have continued to rise.

What if Arsenal finally gets to sign all of the players that have been linked with a move to the Emirates in the different positions, how would the team look? Below is what I think the team would look like.

Bernd Leno
With no one complaining about his performances, Arsenal has hardly been linked with a move for another goalkeeper,

I think the German would still be behind the post next season.

Dayot Upamecano
Upamecano has been a long term target for the Gunners and he is set to decide on his future in the summer.

Should he decide to join the Gunners, he would most likely become an undisputed first-choice centre back at the Emirates.

Evan N’Dicka
N’Dicka has been linked with a move to Arsenal after he continued to star for Eintracht Frankfurt.

The 20 years old is one of the most impressive defenders that has been linked to Arsenal and he could come to the Emirates for a smaller fee given he joined the Germans for just £5.5 million.

Issa Diop
Diop could be one of our best signings should he join as his time in England has been a success since he joined West Ham in 2018.

He primarily plays as a centre back but if Arsenal signs all the players that they are looking to sign, then I believe that he would have to slot in as a right back.

Marc Cucurella
Marc Cucurella did so well that Getafe exercised the option of signing him permanently before the season even ended.

Joining a new team permanently would, however, not stop him from moving clubs again and he can become Arsenal’s left-back from next season.

Thomas Partey
Partey has been one of the best box-to-box midfielders in Europe this season and Arsenal is keen to take him to England.

The Ghanaian would be an amazing addition to Arsenal and he could become our new Patrick Vieira.

Orkun Kokcu
Kokcu has been linked with a move to Arsenal this season and his transfer seems imminent as the Gunners struggle to play the way Mikel Arteta wants them to play.

He plays as a central midfielder and he should continue in that position at the Emirates.

Philippe Coutinho
Philippe Coutinho has been linked with a return to England with Arsenal and the former Liverpool man can become the magician that helps Arsenal to unlock defences.

He was a star for Liverpool and his ability to provide an assist as well as score goals in England should help us get more goals from an attacking midfield next season.

Leon Bailey
Leon Bailey has been linked with a move to Arsenal, should we succeed, he could be our right-winger.

The speedster can beat his man and he has also been scoring goals regularly nowadays.

Antoine Griezmann
Greizmann has been linked with a move to Arsenal too and the Frenchman could become the spark that we need in the attack.

Greizmann has struggled this season but Arteta can bring the best out of him and he should thrive on the left side of a 4-3-3.

Odsonne Edouard
Odsonne Edouard has been scoring goals for fun in Scotland for Celtic and it is only a matter of time before he moves to a more competitive league.

Arsenal has been linked with a move for him recently and if he joins, he could be a long term replacement for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.


  1. Won’t disagree with Martin’s choice in goal, good keepers are hard to find and even though Sky Sports have been telling us all season how good Ederson and Allison have been, Leno’s been just as good if not better, I’d like a right back and love it if Barca come back with their 40M offer for Bellerin and we replaced him with Diop. Uparmecano, what I’ve seen of him, is a must. Box to box player is what we’re screaming out for so Thomas Partey would be welcome. With those player in the side I think would certainly bring the best out of Mesut Ozil , I’d like Courtinho but lets be realistic with our spending power. Up front give Auba the money he’s looking for because replacing him would cost double. No one else, we have great prospects in Pepe, Saka and Reiss-Nelson

  2. Why are these kind of posts allowed Martin, can’t people come out with better humour than spurting filth. The baby boomer generation suppose.

  3. Asn’l have no money, Kenny. This is Dream team. Upamecano is a no-no. So is Thomas Partey etc. If someone is a child, it’s you.

    1. Arsenal with an apostrophe, all the years I’ve been on this site, that’s a new one for me, are you serious? That along with the filth you spurted that Martin thankfully took down is child’s vocabulary

  4. In the summer we need to buy young hungry talented players spending $30m max. This should be the model. I don’t think it’s gonna happen seeing as Raul is only interested in his contact book.

    Auba only if he wants to go – $50m
    Laca hopefully we can get $45m
    Sokratis – $10m
    Xhaka – $30m
    Miki – $10m
    Elneny – $5m
    Ozil to anyone to get wages off
    AMN – $20m
    Torreira only if he wants and we find a suitable replacement – $30m

    CB: Torres/Maghalles – $30m
    CM: Szobsozlai – $20m
    CM/AM: Emi Buendia – $20m
    DM: Zakaria – $30m
    CAM: Korku – $20m
    Try keep Cellabos – $20m

    Young Talent:
    CB: Bruno Fuchs – $10m
    DM: Pape Gueye – $10m
    ST: Emil Roback – $10m

    Bellerin Torres Salilba Tierney
    Zakaria Szobsozlai
    Pepe Buendia Saka

    2nd Team:
    Soares Mustafi Mari Kola
    Guendozi Cellabos
    Nelson Kokcu ESR

    A midfield of Zakaria, Buendia, Szobsozlai and Cellabos would be very dynamic.

  5. Roshan, I can see that you’re a man with both feet deep in the grass of The Grove. Thank you.

    1. That’s an idea, Marty, in the Year of the Plague: to start The Asn’l Link League. Ten teams, that’s enough. Ten teams of Asn’l players, Asn’l 1 to 10. A win is almost guaranteed. If not in every game, those suckers can of course sometimes go for a tie, but we would certainly take home the title.

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