Arsenal have been active in the transfer window under the management of new boss Unai Emery, who must bring Champions League football back at the Emirates.
The question is, how will the Spanish manager utilize the new signings in his starting XI next season?
As per The Guardian, the north Londoners have agreed the signing of German international Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen for a fee that is worth €25million (bonuses included).
We can expect the 26-year-old shot stopper to replace Petr Cech in the goal.
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New right back signing Lichtsteiner, who was brought for free, should compete with Bellerin for the right back position. Emery considers Bellerin as a very important member (Mirror Sport), so he will likely start ahead of the Swiss defender.
The north Londoners lack a specialist defensive midfielder in the team and Lucas Torreira could solve that dilemma. The Uruguayan play breaker is close to joining the Gunners for a fee worth €30million (Sky Sports)
We can expect the South American holding midfield star to partner the likes of Xhaka and Ramsey in the center of the park.
Here is how Arsenal will line up with Torreira and Leno.