Arsenal’s summer transfer dealings have given them impressive attacking depth.
Arsenal are often criticised for a lack of squad depth and Arsene Wenger’s lack of willingness to ensure that his side is able to cope with inevitable injuries and the exertions placed on a side by going deep into continental competition – but his summer dealings have made the Gunners’ attacking depth amongst the best in the Premier League, if not across Europe.
Having added attacking strength in the shape of Alexis Sanchez and Danny Welbeck this summer, Wenger can now field three separate impressive attacking line-ups within the framework of his 4-2-3-1 system.
First Choice ARM – Theo Walcott
Currently in the final stages of rehabilitation after injury, Walcott adds a fantastic injection of pace to the side when he is fit.