Arsenal have a lot of work to do if they want to secure Champions League football this season, something that at the moment seems unlikely.
Unlikely, mainly due to the incredible form of Manchester United, who have come surging up the table and hence damaged Arsenal’s top four chances.
Unai Emery, though, will hope for a strong end to the season and knows that anything can be possible with the strong group of players he has available to him.
Though seeing as a high-place finish in the Premier League has again been hard to come by, the former PSG boss will surely look to spend some money during the summer transfer window to improve their chances next season.
Ideally, Arsenal would want proven stars but if that isn’t possible, recruiting up-and-coming talents would also be a good strategy.
An example of the kind of calibre Arsenal may look into signing is Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon.
Sessegnon, (who is valued at £31.5 million on Transfermarkt) remains a raved about youngster, who has all the potential to succeed in the Premier League and football as a whole.
The left-sided player, like the rest of his team-mates, has found making the jump from Championship football to the Premier League is hard.
The 18-year-old missed just one Championship game the season they were promoted as he went on to score 16 goals.
This season, Sessegnon has two goals and five assists to his name so far, which may not seem a lot but his talent is obvious for all to see.
With Nacho Monreal not getting any younger and Sead Kolasinac failing to deliver consistency, Ryan Sessegnon could fit in very nicely deployed in a left wing-back position.
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