Emirates Stadium boss earmarks move for talents to boost various areas of his failing Gunners squad.
The Daily Mail believe that Arsene Wenger is not mucking about when it comes to make sweeping changes to his Emirates Stadium squad after a less than satisfactory start to the season, eyeing up six players to fill three problem areas in his Arsenal squad.
The North London club salvaged a point from the visit of Fulham on the weekend and are now in eighth place in the Premier League, some eleven points off top of the table Man United after collecting just four wins from their opening eleven fixtures.
Apparently key to his hopes of a successful season is Wenger’s need to beef up his attacking options and this source states that the Bosnian international heads the list of players the Arsenal boss wants to bring in to fill this void.
The 26 year old has been handed just three Premier League starts this season but has still managed to accrue six goals and helped Man City out of a number of delicately poised encounters to secure much needed wins.
Roberto Mancini paid £27m for the former Wolfsburg man but still sees the prolific marksman as behind both Sergio Aguero and Carlos Tevez in the pecking order.
Wenger is looking to Olivier Giroud to lead the Arsenal line single-handedly after seemingly electing to only use the likes Lukas Podolski, Gervinho and Theo Walcott in wide areas, therefore though the French summer signing has started to up his game there is certainly a need to bring in alternatives and Dzeko may well be tempted by the chance of a new challenge.