Who do you think should be Arsenal’s priority signings this summer?

So, if you were Mikel Arteta, who do you think should be our priority signings to give the Arsenal team a boost next season? If you take a look at the Arsenal of 2024, it’s clear that they’ve been solid in every aspect. They’ve been looking like the most efficient team in the Premier League, but there are some signings that could elevate them to the next level and help them secure victory.

So, if I had to pick some deals, I would definitely go for signing Benjamin Sesko. There has been quite a buzz lately about him joining, and it seems like Arsenal is leading the pack to make a move for him. This 20-year-old RB Leipzig man could be a perfect deputy to Havertz.
To be honest, Havertz has been performing admirably, leading the attack, so it would be a shame to simply drop him to the bench and miss what he offers (the goals and assists). Perhaps Mikel Arteta could gradually introduce Sesko into his lineup, with him and Havertz taking turns up front over the next season. One great thing about signing Sesko is that he’s versatile and can also play as a winger.
Aside from Sesko, I might think about bringing in a right-winger if Gabriel Jesus decides to leave. In the upcoming season, it would be great for Bukayo Saka to have a capable deputy who can step in and help lighten his workload when needed. If Jesus were to leave, I’d consider signing someone like Pedro Neto to fill his position. But the Arsenal No. 9, if he stays like Arteta said he would, he has shown he has the experience and technical ability to be a great deputy for Saka.
I think Martin Zubimendi would be a great addition to the midfield. Paying his £51 million release clause won’t be too much to ask given his quality, but the real task will be convincing him to join. So basically, Zubimendi’s Arsenal swoop could go down to the club, pitching him the Arsenal project and showing him how he fits into the team. Arsenal could really benefit from landing Zubimendi; some say he has Partey-like abilities.
I’d pick Jorrel Hato as a solid defensive addition. The teenager has really made a name for himself in the Dutch league, and I think he would bring the kind of ball-playing skills that Arsenal defence craves. Hato could potentially serve as a backup for Gabriel or Timber.
With these signings on a good day, I’d hope the Arsenal line-up is as below:
David Raya
White, Saliba, Gabriel, and Timber
Zubimendi, Rice, and Odegaard
Saka, Sesko, and Martinelli
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  1. Priority should be Tchouaméni/Bruno G
    Jaden Philogene/Abdul Fatawu/Gnonto for debth on right hand side

    For up top Sesko is really not it, he’s the kind of Bundesliga striker that only suits Bundesliga. Not very technically gifted.
    Victor Boniface or Lois Openda is the kind of profile we need, the Benzema type.

    1. Boniface had an outstanding start to the season but alonso doesn’t start him in the big games anymore. He doesn’t even start him or the Patrick and goes with midfielders in a false nine so if he’s struggling with it in Germany he will struggle here.

      1. That is due to a serious injury which he only partially recovered from last month.

        When he’s at full fitness he reminds of the OG Ronaldo

        1. I was very impressed with him early season and if that’s the case then I’m all for it. What I don’t want to see is someone like Vhalovic, Sesko or Zirkzee come in who are very similar to Havertz and more than likely worse than Havertz as it’s just a waste. The new cf has to be a competely different profile to Havertz or we are going round in circles

      1. That could not be further from truth, when they went up against Man City it was Openda that made them sweat, not Sesko

  2. We need a William-Saliba-like CF with dominant physicality and work rate to create more chances for his small teammates

    Zirkzee, Vlahovic or Sesko could be that physical anomaly in our front-line

    Jesus could be shifted to the left-sided AM position to compete with Rice for that role and Partey/ Jorginho could compete for the CDM role, so we won’t need a new central midfielder

    1. @Gai We surely need a new midfielder. Watching Zubimendy games, he fits into Arsenal profile very well👌Combertive and technically gifted. Another good one is Monaco Fofana. Truth is Pathey is injury prone and Jorginho is lacking in energy and ageing.

      JZirkzee plays like GJesus just taller and physical and also has good holdup, BSesko scores more than JZirkzee but not exceptional technically.
      Why not Victor Osimehin pacey, combertive in front with good holdup or other Viktor Gyokeres who has played in Championship before? 2nd highest goal scorer in Europe after HKain.

      1. Sylva, we’ve got too many central midfielders for three positions, so we might have to ship some of them out if we sign a new one:

        CDMs: Rice, Partey, Jorginho, Zinchenko

        AMs: Odegaard, Rice, Smith-Rowe, Vieira, Trossard, Havertz, Zinchenko, Jesus

        I think Gyokeres will work well with Odegaard, but he’d likely be way more expensive than Zirkzee and Sesko. He might also want to be our main CF, instead of competing with Havertz and Jesus

  3. That sounds like a distaster waiting to happen. Have you seen Vlahovic play because he’s the complete opposite of what you just mentioned!!! He’s like mitrovic and plays fully geared to scoring himself and not providing. The cf you described would actually be Havertz as he has the most assists and Ariel duels won since moving to cf out the lot of them.

  4. Tchouaméni And Leao for me. More height more power and addresses our two weakest areas left wing a cm
    Raya White Saliba Gabriel Timber Tchouaméni Rice Odegard
    Saka Havertz Leao

      1. That’s what people said about Trossard.
        I rate Leao even higher than Mbappe as a left winger

  5. Arsenals biggest rivals and benchmark is Manchester City.
    So I have looked at the ratings of ever premier league player that has played against them and judged their ratings both home and away, so to be sure it was not just a one game fluke.
    The only consistent player to be in the high 7s and 8s against ManCity that did not play for Arsenal was Crystal Palaces “Micheal Olise” who had torn apart man city every time with ratings of 7.5 to 8.6.
    This player is a right side attacker who is similar to Saka but with more pace.
    He can play also through the middle as well as the right side for palace, and can shoot and score with either foot.
    I think Man City, Chelsea, Spurs and Man U will all bid for the 22 year old.
    Arsenal have an advantage of being a London side that has qualified for the European Champions League, so he would not have to change his home address to change clubs with Euro prospects.
    If he can remain injury free, he could surpass Saka as Arsenal’s best Attacker.
    The other player is a strong center forward that can hold up play and the ball with technical skills and a prolific 20 goals a season. I have watched Isak against Man City and he dose not perform well and fails like most premier league strikers against Man City.
    So Arsenal may look abroad for a strong athletic ball retaining center forward. Not many fit the technical criteria for Arsenal’s passing game. But I would start by purchasing Michael Olise before one of the top 4 sides get him first. He is potentially better than Saka.

  6. Watch out for VAR and referee controversy in tomorrows game, as Everton Park the bus having a strong defence. Arsenal will need an early goal to settle the nerves.
    A good game for Havertz and Rice I can foretell.

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