Arsenal football club could sign some new attackers when the summer transfer window opens and that could affect their attacking lineup next season.
But how will the attacking lineup of the Gunners look like next season?
Here are 3 ways Arsenal’s attacking lineup could look like next season after summer transfers.
Mikel Arteta could use the 4:2:3:1 formation next season to setup the team.
That could create space for Gabriel Martinelli in the attack as he could be used in the left attacking midfield position by the coach while Bukayo Saka could play in the right attacking midfield position.
Martin Odegaard could be the one to play in the central attacking midfielder position for the team next season while Tammy Abraham could be their lone striker if he is signed from Roma when the transfer window opens.
Second Attacking Lineup:
The 4:4:2 formation is another suitable formation that Mikel Arteta could use at Arsenal football club next season and that will affect the kind of attackers that he will deploy.
Bukayo Saka could be the one to play in the right midfield position for the team.
Emile Smith Rowe could be the one to play from the left midfield position for Arsenal Football Club next season while the duo of Gabriel Jesus and Eddie Nketiah could be the two strikers for the team if the Brazilian striker is signed when the transfer window opens.
Third Attacking Lineup:
The coach can also use the 4:3:3 formation to setup the team next season depending on the kind of players the club will be able to sign the in the summer.
Martin Odegaard could be the attacking midfielder for the team.
Bukayo Saka could play as the right winger for the team if this particular formation is used while Gabriel Martinelli could play as the left winger for the team.
The club has been linked with a move for Nunez of Benfica and he could play as the striker if he is signed.
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