Arsenal Signed William Saliba for 27 million Pounds on 25 July, 2019, from Saint Etienne. He was sent there on a loan but will return to the club after his one year loan spell. Despite Pablo Mari's injury, it would take time for Saliba to make his debut. There are other players who have been rumored to be Arsenal targets this summer, this players include Leipzig's central defender Upamecano who have been tipped to replaced David Luiz. Another player is Athletico Madrid defensive Midfielders, Thomas Partey who have been incredible for the la Liga giants this season.
Below if how Arsenal could lineup if all rumours are true and also if Saliba make his return to England.
Goalkeeper: Bernd Leno.
Defenders: William Saliba, Upamecano and Skondran Mustafi.
Midfielders: Tierney, Granit Xhaka, Thomas Partey and Hector Bellerin.
Wingers: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Buyako Saka.
Forward: Alexandre Lacazette.
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