The Gunners start to this season has been good and bad – good because they are currently second on the Premier League log and bad because they may be already out of the Champions League. The missing link in Arsenal’s otherwise strong squad is a striker and Romelu Lukaku may be the missing piece for Wenger’s men.
The former Chelsea player has started this season on a good note for the Merseyside club – he’s scored five goals in eight matches for the Goodison Park outfit already and all the centre forward of Arsenal are currently short of his form with the likes of Ozil and Cazorla playing behind them.
Should Arsenal sign the 22-year-old Belgium international, he would not need anytime to adapt to the Premier League as he is already in tune with the Premier League thrills, having spent four years in England already.
Lukaku was recently asked the coaches he dreamt to play for and he named Wenger among his top three choices. That may just be a come and get me plea by the Belgian as Wenger may soon be calling it quit at Arsenal – instead of looking outside England, why not go for him?
It is worthy to note that Lukaku just hit the 100 goals mark in his a career at a tender age of 22. A feat he has achieved earlier than Theo Walcott and even Giroud who had that after the age of 22. Arsenal can bolster their attack with the powerful forward who has so many prospects.