Attack – Saka, Aubameyang, Sterling
Arsenal may be wishing Raheem Sterling hadn’t played so well at Euro 2020.
The Manchester City forward was linked with a move to the Gunners after dropping down the pecking order at the Etihad last season.
But his scintillating performances for the Three Lions mean his stock has risen again – making it difficult for Arteta’s side to be able to sign him.
Arsenal fans can count on having another exciting England star in their attack, with Bukayo Saka likely to nail down a place on the right flank.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang would lead the front line if Alexandre Lacazette moves on – with Folarin Balogun expected to push for a place.
And if the Gunners could land Sterling it would make for a dream front line – but if not then Aubameyang, Nicolas Pepe or Gabriel Martinelli would play on the left.