Unai Emery has a lot of work to do at Arsenal during the course of this summer's transfer window, if he is to build a group of players who are capable of forcing their way back into contention for the Champions League spots, and one of Tottenham's summer transfer targets could hold the key to their success.
One particular area of concern for the Spaniard will be his left-back department, with Nacho Monreal on the wrong side of 32 and Sead Kolasinac still yet to convince the Gunners faithful.
With this in mind, Emery should attempt to challenge Tottenham for the signature of Fulham ace Ryan Sessegnon.
Sessegnon was in quite simply brilliant form for the Cottagers last season, racking up an unbelievable 16 goals and eight assists in 52 appearances in all competitions - with nearly half of those outings coming from the left-back position.
The young Englishman's talent is beyond question, and he will surely go on to become one of the best players in the Premier League.
He would be absolutely ideal for Arsenal, in the sense that he could play anywhere down the left hand side.
Sessegnon would give Arsenal a totally different look about them, both defensively and offensively.
The one problem for the Gunners is their reported meagre transfer budget of just £50 million, but if they can sell a few of their fringe players, they have every chance of winning the race for the Fulham wonderkid.
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