Arsenal told not to sign a striker by former Man Utd player

As an Arsenal fan, one of the glaring needs that the team has is in regard to the striking department.

The team’s frontmen have really struggled at times to do their job and find the back of the net on a consistent basis, therefore many will be clamouring and demanding that a new striker is brought to the Emirates Stadium in the summer.

Of course, there are concerns regarding the futures of Eddie Nketiah and Alexandre Lacazette as both of them have their contracts expiring in the summer, whilst there is not much else in regard to a proper forward still at the club.

Naturally, Arteta could look to gamble with a decision not to sign a new striker, although fans who like to play at may find that they do not want the Spaniard to take the same risk that they do as they know they are having an enjoyable experience, rather than one that is used solely for results.

However, despite the apparent need for a new striker, the Gunners have been told not to sign a striker this summer, with a former Manchester United player offering that opinion.

Kleberson stated that the north London outfit should be looking at their academy instead of hitting the transfer market, as he feels this could have a greater impact on the club, rather than trying to find a ready-made replacement.

“The way Arsenal play, they really like young players, and I don’t see too many strikers that can come in and help them,” he said via The Metro.

“Arsenal should look to their academy to find their next striker. They have a great philosophy of bringing youngsters through to the first team and that’s where they should look.

“They [Arsenal] won’t be competing for titles next season but their goal will be in two or three years.

“It’s really hard to find good young players who can come into Arsenal and perform really well.

“It would be easier to bring through and prepare a player from the academy than go out and buy someone to replace Alexandre Lacazette.”

Of course, some would agree with what Kleberson has had to say, although this could be reliant on certain things that need to be accounted for; things that people who use a casino en ligne argent reel will have perhaps already thought of.

First, if Arsenal were to qualify for Champions League football, it is unlikely an academy product would be able to help them out in front of goal at a very early point in their professional football career.

Secondly, the Gunners need a frontman that can make an instant impact, as they would need to ensure that they have the firepower in order to compete.

There is a lot of sense in what the Brazilian says, but you have to wonder, is he just saying it because he wants Manchester United to try and remain in a position where they are stronger than the Gunners?