Arsenal have been looking haywire in their approach in the Premier League so far, having started the season with two losses and two wins to their name. The North Londoners are looking for redemption in the forthcoming matches and are looking to get wins in both domestic as well as European competitions that are coming their way in the next few days.
The man in charge at the Emirates Stadium, Arsene Wenger, has been looking forward to stabilising his side and spent some serious cash in the summer transfer window in order to get it revamped as much as possible.
However, his changes have failed to develop the playing style of the side so far and have left the fans as well as the manager wanting for more from their players.
This has also led the manager to rethink his plans and strategies for the new season and there might be a chance that the Frenchman will look to bring in some more new players to the side to give it a new shape. The wily manager already has a few names in his sight, out of which the young Czech Republic international Jakub Jankto is right on top of the list.
The midfielder has represented his national side at the Under 21 level and has been termed as one of the best of the lot, current plying his trade at the Italian club Udinese. His brilliant runs and composed performances for the club have attracted the eyes of a number of big name clubs from all over Europe, looking to secure his signature for the new season and strengthen their side.
An artist by passion, the 22-year-old likes to leave his artistic mark on everything he does on the pitch, helping his side to be in an advantageous position. He is known for his crisp passes and delightful crosses heading into the opposition box and helping his colleagues to score goals. He also has the ability to shoot the ball with immense accuracy from a good distance to get it past the opposition goalkeeper and get his name on the scoresheet.
His inclusion can be a real boost for the Arsenal midfield and will help them go into the attack more often to plunder the opposition goal and get positive results under the belt. His partnership with Granit Xhaka in the middle of the pitch for the North London club can be one of the best combinations, helping Arsenal to stabilise their midfield and get on the top of their opponents in the forthcoming days. So should Wenger look to sign him up?