Why This World Beater From Bundesliga Will Make Arsenal A Complete Team

There is no doubt that Arsenal are in dire need of signing more players up front, as some of their stars could be possibly set to leave the Emirates this summer. Arsene Wenger knows that his side is in need of more quality reinforcements and will look to sign new stars in the current transfer window. It will be in his best interest to add more attacking options, as a lack of goals last season, saw his side’s title challenge slowly slip away from them.

Due to this, various attacking options have been already targeted this summer, including Alvaro Morata, Jamie Vardy and now Henrikh Mkhitaryan. It is not certain which player will make the move to north London this summer, though the French manager will want to reinforce his squad, as soon as possible.

Now, the question remains whether the 27 year old Borussia Dortmund midfielder will be good enough for the Premier League giants, who are looking to win some major titles in the upcoming days?

The Armenia international possesses a few qualities which might really intrigue Wenger like his work-rate and his passing ability, which might really help him to fit into the Arsenal side. Further, the Londoners could make good use of his flair and dribbling ability to get as many goals out of him as possible, not just scoring but creating as well.

Mkhitaryan could be really good on the ball and while linking up with other stars like Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil and the others, with whom he can play some good one touch football. The attacker has many qualities which might urge Wenger to make him a regular member of his starting eleven.

Despite all his strengths, he does have a weakness as well, as he can’t indulge in too many aerial duels and is more of a ground player. Apart from that, he looks a great signing for Wenger and could propel them forward to win titles.

The quality star has made a total of 88 league appearances, scoring 23 goals for the Bundesliga outfit and could now be all set to leave the Westfalenstadion, in the upcoming days. He has previously been at Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk and could possibly adjust to the style of football in England, under Wenger’s guidance.

There is no doubt that the player is a top star in Germany and signing him will make the Arsenal attack a bigger threat than it already is at present. However, the only concern could be the fact that Wenger has a lot of options and giving each player sufficient game time in the upcoming campaign, would be a huge task in itself. Let’s see what happens!!

Written by Nitish Bhan

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