I find it tough to find weaknesses in the Arsenal team at the moment.
The only weakness I have found is that there is no depth in the squad at the moment but that is only due to the amount of injuries that the club is suffering from.
The verdict that they don't have an out and out goal scorer is a bit unfair as Arsenal's main striker Olivier Giroud has scored seven goals in 13 games this season, which is much more impressive than any of the strikers at Chelsea right now.
But it is clear that Giroud needs competition to inspire him to improve so maybe the club do need to sign another striker.
The best player to go for is Robert Lewandowski.
Lewandowski has scored 45 goals in his last 58 games and he has announced that he won't sign a new contract, which expires in the summer.
This news has alerted the top clubs in Europe and there should be a huge transfer scramble in January and/or in the summer.
If a team can sign him on a free transfer next summer, it could possibly be the best signing ever. One of the best strikers in the world right now, going somewhere for no cost.
But why should Arsenal sign him when there are other strikers such as Jackson Martínez or Fernando Llorente to snap up?
Well basically, it looks like the favourites to sign Lewandowski are Bayern Munich.
There were a lot of rumours which then became news that Lewandowski was going to join Bayern on a free transfer when his contract runs out in June.
However, this has been dismissed by both the player and the club. The good news for Arsenal and other clubs around Europe is that Bayern may have started to lose interest.
Lewandowski has also said very recently that he still has a desire to play in the Premier League.
So I think this will be an eye opener for Arsenal as reports have emerged that Dortmund will allow him to join a Premier League club for £7m in the new year.
They would much rather get some money from a team who isn't going to challenge them for the Bundesliga than give their star player to the main title contenders for no money whatsoever.
He scored against Arsenal, in Dortmund's 2-1 victory in their Champions League tie on Tuesday night at the Emirates Stadium.
Also, I think Lewandowski wouldn't mind coming to the team that includes one of his fellow Poland team mate and friend, Wojciech Szczesny.
Arsenal would definitely win the title with Lewandowski at the front of their formation.
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