Arsenal made a slew of high-profile additions this offseason, spending more than any other team in the Premier League.
Arsenal started the season poorly, but the additions appear to have had an impact on the group as a whole, since they are currently on a winning streak.
The following is a possible starting lineup for Arsenal under new coach Mikel Arteta, who might help the Gunners finish in the top four once again.
Aubameyang has proven himself to be a superior center forward this season than Lacazette, and as a result, he should be the one to lead the attack.
As for the back three, Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka should start in those positions, with Nicolas Pepe coming on as a late-game super sub.
Thomas Patty and Sambi Lokonga should fill in for the injured Granit Xhaka while Martin Ordegaard should start in attack midfield.
Full backs Tierney and Tomiyasu should be on the field, while center backs Gabriel and Ben White should start.
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