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I think Mustafi is the definition of a bad defender. He's inconsistent and consistenly makes rash decisions.
I agree we need a cdm to replace Xhaka, Ndidi could be a good option .
Our first priority should be buying a quality centre back to replace god awful Mustafi. His performences this season have been horrible and inconsistent.
Koscielny isn't getting any younger, to fix our terrible back line we need two buy 2 world class cb's this summer.
Auba and Lacazette are two similar players. Although, they might work well together I doubt Wenger will play two strikers up front.
Draxler, Goretzka, Van Djik.
Given that it may be our best chance of getting in to the Champions League next year we should start taking it bit more serious. I think if we don't start playing most of our first team players it could a big mistake.
Chelsea closing in on £35m Arsenal star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain as reluctant Arsene Wenger considers sale
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has ruled out selling Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud in the transfer window but he is yet to make the same assurance over Oxlade-Chamberlain, who is now in the final year of his existing contract.
Standard Sport understands no fee has yet been agreed but negotiations between the two clubs are ongoing and the Blues have received sufficient encouragement to believe a transfer is possible.
Arsene Wenger targets Arsenal transfer exits as he admits the squad is too large
Arsene Wenger admits his overloaded Arsenal squad is in need of a trim as he enters the final weeks of the transfer window.
Arsenal have made several first-teamers available for transfer this summer, including Lucas Perez, Mathieu Debuchy, Carl Jenkinson, Kieran Gibbs and Joel Campbell, though a major injury means the latter is unlikely to leave.
Wojciech Szczesny is set to join Juventus after agreeing a deal in principle with the Italian champions. Juventus and Arsenal are in the final stages of concluding the deal with the fee expected to be around £10m.
The Polish international will sign a long-term contract and earn almost £70,000 a week. Szczesny, 27, has spent the past two seasons at Roma and is now ready to permanently leave the London club he joined in 2009.