What the Emirates Stadium starting eleven might look like in a couple of seasons time.
Goalkeeper: Wojciech Szczesny
We tip the young Pole will to still be between the sticks.
Left-Back: Nacho Monreal
The Spanish international already looks the part and is successfully eradicating the memory of Andre Santos. Expect Kieran Gibbs to be in a supporting role as his injury woes look likely to continue.
Centre-Back: Thomas Vermaelen
Of the three current first team centre-backs we see the Belgian lasting the distance but perhaps he will have handed the captain’s armband to Jack Wilshere by then.
Centre-Back: Mamadou Sakho
We tip Arsenal to bring in this long term target from PSG, by the time 2014/15 comes into view the big spending Ligue 1 side will have bought umpteen bigger, but not necessarily better, names to fill the centre-back slots.
Right-Back: Carl Jenkinson
Despite his red card last week we feel that the young full-back will be firmly in place at right-back, Bacary Sagna having departed.
Left-Wing: Lukas Podolski
German to continue in his wide attacking berth, already a cult hero at the North London club expect the goal-scoring wide-man to be an even bigger favourite.
Defensive-Midfield: Cheick Tiote
We envisage Arsene Wenger landing the Magpies tough tackler to offer balance to the club’s midfield.
Central-Midfield: Jack Wilshere
Captain Jack. By the time 2014/15 comes around every member of Europe’s ‘Elite’ will be doggedly chasing the England man.
Right-Wing: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
This current campaign has been a mixed bag for the young attacker but we reckon he will be back in regular first team action by 2014/15.
Support Striker: Stevan Jovetic
Fiorentina man to be in place as Arsenal’s supporting striker.
Striker: Theo Walcott
Transition to striker complete we can see the England striker to have been converted into a prolific marksman by 2014/15.
What do you think of this future formation? Discuss below who you think deserves to a spot in the final eleven and who shouldn’t be in consideration.