Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger had a lot to prove this summer with fans wanting established talent rather than youngsters who will take time to have a strong influence on any chase for silverware.
Wenger rose to the pressure and made his move for Mesut Ozil at the back end of last summer, a man whose talent is unquestionable, however only five goals have followed this season.
So, with Ozil bagged, Arsenal now need to further improve their striking options and release some pressure on the over-worked Olivier Giroud.
Coincidently, the summer transfer window is not long away, and again fans will be expecting a real talent coming to the Emirates rather than another Nicklas Bendtner, sorry Danish football fans.
Fortunately though, GMS' Ollie Gentle has found a potential striking target in Loic Remy, and Wenger will be relieved to know the check he will need to write out won't be any more than a seven-figure sum.
Remy signed for Newcastle United on a season-long loan from QPR this season, and has a total of 14 Premier League goals to his name, but his time at Newcastle will soon be up and he wants to move to a team who play Champions League football.
So it's clear that Remy won't return to QPR, even if they are back in the Premier League next season.
With nobody moving alongside nor ahead of Giroud it's definitely time Arsenal move to get the Frenchman a new partner, and Remy is actually his partner nationally.
Remy scored 14 goals in 26 appearances for Newcastle this season, and he has had a few injury problems to contend with as well. Goalscoring has been a clear problem at Arsenal, and it's clear Remy knows where the net is.
Remy's off-field antics are undeniably wrong, but when on the field of play his talent is exceptional. Remy was spotted in the crowd as Arsenal played against West Brom on Sunday, which only fuels speculation of a move to the Emirates.
You can't deny that Arsenal have been struggling in the goals department, and with Remy would be a cheap signing, but quite influential as Arsenal target the title once again next season.
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