After wrapping up the Granit Xhaka deal, Arsenal are now heavily linked with a move for a striker. As Arsene Wenger assured that he would sign a striker in light of the long-term injury Danny Welbeck has sustained, observers are hopeful that they would not witness another Gonzalo Higuain or Karim Benzema saga this summer.
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With no obvious replacement yet again within the squad for Giroud, Arsenal have found themselves reliant on a single striker like last season when they were dependable on Robin Van Persie who shipped in the summer to rivals Manchester United for a fee of £24m. Olivier Giroud is a big, tall (6ft 3in), French striker