Arsenal have begun the Premier League campaign in scintillating form, recording four wins from four for the first time since their unprecedented invincible season in 2003/2004
Arteta appears to have brought back the feel-good factor to the Emirates and some of the Gunners faithful must be thinking some sort of glory can be achieved this season with the way they are playing
It’s of course still too early, and with a few more days of the transfer window remaining, the Spaniard may add another one or two faces to his squad to give it that extra bit of quality.
Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha could be an option for them in the remaining days of the window, per Dean Jones, and he could be available for £30m.
With his contract expiring next season and reports claiming that Palace have no intention of letting him go for free, they will either need to tie him down to a long-term deal or sell him
Arteta’s own Luis Diaz
Former Arsenal manager Unai Emery revealed Zaha was his first choice before signing Nicolas Pepe and it certainly looks like they got the wrong deal regarding that transfer.
Zaha has 105 goal involvements in the Premier League (64 goals, 41 assists) in 281 matches and would easily slot into the Arsenal side.
The Ivorian is compared to Liverpool winger Luis Diaz as per FBref’s similar player model and if Arteta does manage to sign him before Friday, he will be hoping he has the same sort of impact.