Arsene is said to be looking at rehauling his squad over the next two seasons after crunch talks with Stan Kroenke, but which players could make a big step in strengthening our side?
Chelsea winger Willian is yet to be linked with us, but reports are claiming that he may be looking to switch clubs in the close season having fallen behind Pedro in the starting line-up. Should he become available, we should do everything in our power to try and lure him across London.
Another Blue likely to switch clubs is Dominic Solanke, who scored bucket-loads of goals in Chelsea’s youth sides, including 12 goals in nine UEFA Youth League matches in the 2014-15 season to help them win the competition. His contract runs out this summer, and would be available for a minimal fee.
Daniel Sturridge is another striker who looks likely to come available in the coming transfer window, with the striker being regularly overlooked by Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp. The goalscorer would be perfect to lead our line, but his injury issues would be a huge concern.
Kylian Mbappe will no doubt be high on the wishlists of fans, but unfortunately I believe there will be too many big clubs in for his signature and we may miss out. Alexandre Lacazette on the other hand could be a more ideal signing, and more likely signing also.
The striker has bagged 71 Ligue 1 goals over the past three seasons albeit in a struggling side, and his consistency could rival that of Tottenham’s Harry Kane or any other top Premier League goalscorer.
A holding midfielder has to be high on our agenda also, and long-time Arsenal linked midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak has only started once in the league in 2017 for Paris Saint-Germain, and could well be open to the switch. His qualities are unquestionable, but he has rivals in Adrien Rabiot, Blaise Matuidi, Marco Verratti, Javier Pastore and Lucas Moura for a starting spot.
Which of these options should be prioritised? Could Chelsea sell us another top star?