Arsenal are currently involved in yet another battle for the top four, with their hit-and-miss Premier League campaign set for another feeling of deja vu.
Many Gunners fans are getting frustrated with Arsenal's lack of genuine threat in terms of a title challenge, and many would argue that Arsenal's front line is not good enough to challenge at the highest level.
Olivier Giroud ad Danny Welbeck, Arsenal's two main forwards, are both very good front men, but do they have the quality to push Arsenal on to bigger and better things? Arsene Wenger shouldn't wait to find out, with three strikers available this summer with the potential to reach new heights at the Emirates Stadium.
Ligue 1 worth looking at once again for Wenger
1) Alexandre Lacazette - The Frenchman has been on red hot form this season. His goals currently have Lyon surprisingly top of Ligue 1, and Lacazette has every top club looking at him as a result.
Lacazette currently has 21 goals in 22 appearances in Ligue 1, and with a goal scoring record like that, you can understand why top clubs want to sign the 23-year-old hitman. Liverpool are keen, but don't be surprised if Wenger gets their first.
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Stuttering Lukaku still has potential
2) Romelu Lukaku - The Everton striker had a quiet World Cup, being overshadowed by Divock Origi. And although his form hasn't picked up this season, everyone knows the quality of which he possesses.
Recently, Lukaku came out and said how he wanted to play for "a big club". Although that may be a little bit hard on the Toffees, you can see from his performances this season that his heart is not quite in it anymore on Merseyside.
Man City star is hugely under-rated
3) Edin Dzeko - With Wilifried Bony now at Manchester City, where does that leave Bosnian striker Edin Dzeko? Dzeko signed for City from VFL Wolfsburg in 2011 for around £30m. City will have to accept a loss if they so chose to sell, but Pellegrini may be tempted to let the Bosnian leave in order to bring fresh faces into the squad.
Out of these, who would be best suited for Arsenal? Anyone you'd rather see in the red and white of north London?