ARSENAL are set for a busy summer transfer window with Mikel Arteta charged with returning the Gunners to their former glory.
The Premier League side are in danger of missing out on Champions League football for the fourth consecutive campaign, making it harder for them to attract their key targets.
And with a number of players are set to depart the Emirates at the end of the season, with funds said to be limited, the Gunners could turn to bringing youngsters to the club.
Bernd Leno is expected to retain his place between the sticks with the German shot-stopper continuing to impress following his switch from Bayer Leverkusen in 2018.
Should he shake off his injury trouble, Hector Bellerin will likely slot in at right-back, with Scottish international Kieran Tierney to start at left-back.
Two new faces could be the preferred centre-back partnership, with fans excited to finally see William Saliba after he was shipped off on loan to Saint-Etienne last year.
Playing alongside him could be Nico Elvedi, with Arsenal said to be interested in the Borussia Monchengladbach ace.
The Switzerland international has just one year left on his deal in Germany, and is said to available for around £25million.
In the middle of the pitch could be Granit Xhaka - who has starred under Arteta following the Spaniard's appointment - and Ghana midfielder Thomas Partey.
Arsenal have been heavily linked with a move to sign the Atletico Madrid maestro, with the player believed to be willing to join.
Replacing Mesut Ozil as the No10 could be Feyenoord starlet Orkun Kokcu, with the 19-year-old expected to leave for £19m in the summer.
Club-record signing Nicolas Pepe will surely play as the right winger, with academy graduate Bukayo Saka a possible left-wing starter, though he knows he will have competition from Gabriel Martinelli.
And leading the line should Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette leave could be Club Brugge striker Emmanuel Dennis.
The Mail claims Arteta has lined up a £22m bid for the Nigerian ace who has just one year left on his contract.