Arsene Wenger could look to answer Arsenal's need for a natural finisher, with a summer move for Matej Vydra. The Czech Republic striker currently plays for Watford in the Championship, English football's second-tier.
Reports in The Daily Express suggest Arsenal are interested in acquiring Vydra. He has been superb on loan for the Hornets this season, netting 20 goals. The young star possesses a poise and confidence in front of goal that Arsenal's current forward line lacks.
Despite combining for 44 goals, Olivier Giroud, Lukas Podolski and Theo Walcott, remain inconsistent. They score in streaks but do not provide a regular threat in every game. As the team's primary central striker, Giroud is the biggest culprit. The towering French forward offers true power and clever link-up play, but misses too many chances he should score.