Arsenal has left plenty to play for this season with a firm place in the top four and a possible Europa League final but this has not prevented Unai Emery from starting to plan ahead.
While Arsenal has not replaced their former recruitment leader Sven Mislintat, it seems that Emery and his scouting department are pushing a prospective signature to concentrate in the summer.
How much money Emery has to work with is likely to depend on how successful the team is now until the end of the campaign. Ensuring that a culvert finish complements the cafes and failure to achieve the Champions League football by completing the Europa League league or victory should make things more restrictive.
This uncertainty may be the reminder that the current Arsenal names are priced at the end of the transferred spectrum from mid to low. Ryan Fraser, a Scottish minority player, Ryan is on the verge of ending his contract at 14 months.
At a time when the valuation of players has achieved a highly inflationary valuation, players whose contracts have ceased are more desirable than ever. Like Fraser, Christian Eriksen, Eden Hazard and Tottenham's Chelsea, are two falling into a certain bracket.
While Fraser's contractual situation, without doubt, adds to his appeal, a closer examination of the best clubs on his Cherry portraits is required. Ten more than 11 Hazards, this season, have more than a Premie League at 11, and fourth in the section for opportunities created with 71.
If Arsenal manages to reach a man, Bournemouth refers to the Wee Man cén what kind of player would they get? And where would it be suitable for ever changing Emery tactical plans?
Flexibility and creativity
A recent surrender to Manchester City is not set aside, Bournemouth Eddie Howe on the right hand side does not normally interfere with their principles to reverse the strengths of their colleagues, generally playing the same way at home and away .
Bournemouth tends to take up to 4-4-2 weeks most and if they deviate from Plan A it is usually only 4-5-1 slightly more conservative with the multifunctional Josh King going in a wide position and David Brooks at move into role No.10.
Howe's approach to Fraser's form was likely to have a beneficial effect as he had played exclusively as a left-winter each season. According to Whoscored, 29 of the 32 Premier League appeared from that side. Ten of his six goals, from that time, help this position.
While there was consistency with Howe's selection to the left, Emery is not in cooperation with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Henrikh Mkhitaryan Alex Iwobi and later, Chad Kolasinac, who is charged with providing creativity from that side.
Iwobi's indifference form coupled with Denis Suarez's failure to give an impression since he borrowed from Barcelona in January, resulted in Emery using a 3-4-1-2 / 3-4-2-1 system mostly in games with Kolasinac recently as a marauding wing axis.
Fraser signals could lead to Emery going back to a rear system like 4-2-3-1 and Scotland playing left with another winger on the other side, or right should lead Aubameyang into. in the left side of a job.
Fraser's best performances in the Premier League are coming through the left wing – as Hector Bellerin will witness that he got his atmosphere during the 2016-17 season – but it would be useful to play on both sides or centrally as an attacking midfielder with a manager who expects suitability from his players.
Could it happen?
Bournemouth will not want to make sure that six players who have a vital role in their recent climb will lose but if they fail to agree a new agreement, they will be placed in an uncomfortable position with the summer window showing their final chance of selling it for a fee. big.
Fraser's own reported interest is not directly dismissed, saying: Mé I'm not to impress, it's very nice. It means you're doing something right. They are a huge club, a huge club.
Tú When you see your name around you always think that you are a Bournemouth player and make a good effort. I'm not to impress, you're good, especially when it's a huge club. ’
However, Bournemouth would be anxious not to sell it to a contestant of the Premier League and may dig his heels to try to encourage him to commit a long-term or other commitment. to a club outside England. Foreign clubs can negotiate with Premier League players six months before their contracts expire, and home clubs cannot.
Taking the above into account, there are three other options that Arsenal are continuing to follow: t
Nicolas Pepe (Lille)
Nicolas Pepe is the best choice and is a player who highly praised Mislintat before going in February. Ivorian has a devastating 23-year-old campaign in Ligue 1, scoring 18 goals and helping to record nine in 30 games.
It is likely to be the main price with Lille president Gerard Lopez, stating last month that interest clubs will cost £ 68.7m. Arsenal would probably give Barcelona a price and Bayern Munich more likely on the ones ahead.
Cristón Pavon (Boca Juniors)
It is possible that a name that was consistently linked to a transfer to Arsenal last summer before Argentina's World Cup performance and Argentina, at 23 the time for Cristian Pharaoh to eliminate his association with Boca Juniors and go to the Europe.
The Pavon has been booked as an alternative to Fraser Football.London, and are likely to be in a similar price margin. Unlike Fraser, he is a winger on the right, although he is too famous for his speed and straight.
Leandro Trossard (Genk)
Perhaps the least familiar with Arsenal's goals is that he is not about to make his first international match in Belgium, Leandro Trossard has emerged on the big club radar this season because of his performances for Genk. in the Europa Series.
The 24-year-old scored three goals and provided one assistance to the groups when he had ten goals in 23 games in the Belgian top flight. It is also said that Everton and Wolfsburg are monitoring its form and that it is available for € 16m.
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