Arsenal manager is focus on making quality signings that will add more depth to the north London club ahead of next season campaign.
The 38-years-old Spaniard who took over the gunners job last December, has impressed the club despite fighting for an European Competition spot. However, the manager will have to use a help from quality players that will bolster the back-line and the midfield department, if he's aiming to stay in the top 4 position next season.
Meanwhile, the north London club boss has been monitoring the current situation of Brentfort winger Said Benrahma, as he's aiming to strength his team ahead of next season campaign.
The in-form Algeria international and Brentfort winger Said Benrahma, joined the championship side on July 6, 2018 after completing a £1.70m from Nice.
He plays as a left-winger or right-winger for the English Championship side and his brilliant performance has attracted interest from elite Europe clubs.
Said Benrahma who has been enjoying his career at Brentfort has been featured in 41 appearances, scored 17 goals and he has created 9 assists so far in all competitions this season.
Meanwhile, the 24-years-old Algeria international a tricky wideman who has even been dubbed the ‘Algerian Messi’, and his ability and excellent performance will definitely bolster the Gunners frontline.
Signing a player of his quality will keep Pierre-Emerick in a great form at the front-line, as well as helping the Gunners to challenge for the premier league tittle.
The Blues are believed to be the front runners for the signature of the young star but the north London club are now set to rival the premier league club.
However, the north London club will have to qualify for the Europe competition before they could lure the superstar that has a high potentials in his career.
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