In spite of Arsenal's great squad quality, the one region that has been a genuine stress for Arsene Wenger is the focal midfield. The French boss may have any semblance of Granit Xhaka and Mohamed Elneny in the midfield, however, the combination hasn’t precisely turned out to be successful up until this point.

While Santi Cazorla is as of now out harmed, even his arrival does not ensure genuine effect from the 32-year-old Spanish midfielder. Aaron Ramsey as dependably stays conflicting while Jack Wilshere could play his last season as a Gunner.

The midfield issues are unmistakably a stress and should be tended to by the veteran French chief rapidly. The January exchange window is simply not too far off and this could be the ideal open door for Wenger to follow PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot.

Santi Cazorla is extraordinary compared to other midfielders at Arsenal and it is essential that Wenger finds a commendable replacement to the Spaniard. The French midfielder could be the perfect substitution for the maturing Santi Cazorla as he can convey back the lost smoothness that Cazorla used to offer.

Rabiot offers a similar range of abilities as Cazorla and is a wise passer of the ball. Despite the fact that he is only 22, Rabiot's skills appears like that of a player who has been playing for more than 10 years.

Tottenham who are additionally said to be in the race for the French midfielder, are said to make an offer in the winter transfer window. In any case, Arsene Wenger certainly has the high ground with regards to arrangements given he's been responsible for enormous European club for over 2 decades.

Be that as it may, Arsenal will hope to organize a deal in January having passed up a major opportunity for marking another French starlet, Thomas Lemar. The 21-year-old Monaco winger was perseveringly sought after by the Gunners in the late spring. It's very clear that Wenger should substitute Alexis Sanchez with world-class ability and Lemar is certainly one of those players. In any case, it come at the cost of Adrien Rabiot.

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