2. Stevan Jovetic (Fiorentina)
The Montenegrin striker has seen his stock this season with the likes of Arsenal, Manchester City and Juventus all linked with summer moves.
A strong dribbler who likes to cut inside, his versatility can be an asset to Wenger’s men as his strikers have struggled for consistency and he can provide more than capable cover for any injuries to his wide men.
Joining Fiorentina in 2008 from Partizan Belgrade, Jovetic has matured as a player and is currently waiting until the end of the season to decide on his future as the Viola push for Champions League football next year.
Currently on 12 goals this term, he’s also a part of the Montenegro squad that is sitting atop England’s World Cup qualifying group.
It is believed that he is keen to hook up with his international teammate, Mirko Vucinic, at Juventus, but if Wenger moves early and persuades the 23-year-old to join, then Arsenal will have a real gem on their hands.