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OPINION: 2 Attackers Arsenal should use in order to improve the attack of the team

The attack of Arsenal football club has not been particularly remarkable in their previous few matches despite the fact that they managed to score three goals in their last encounter, there are several bench warmers in the club who may boost the attack of the team. Here are two attackers Arsenal should deploy to boost the team's offensive.

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1 - Nicolas Pepe: The Ivorian winger is one player who can provide the much-needed intensity to Arsenal's attack; his ability to move the ball over great distances will always be a lift for the squad anytime he is on the pitch.

He is a quick dribbler who can combine with other players to create clear chances for other strikers. He can also score goals for the team. He has the ability to make the team's offense more frightening.

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He is a typical winger who can create numerous chances from the wing and also break into the opposing team's six yard box. He can also provide numerous crosses for the team, potentially leading to more goals.

2 - Eddie Nketiah: Eddie Nketiah is a clinical striker. He is, in my opinion, the most clinical striker in Arsenal's roster at the moment. He is a composed striker who knows how to convert chances into goals.

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When he is not in possession of the ball, he knows where to position himself, and when he does, he makes sound decisions. His excellent efforts have earned him a spot in Arsenal's senior team, but he should be a regular starter for the club.

He is a greater goal scorer than Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and he should always play alongside Lacazette rather than Martin Odegaard, who is not a natural striker.

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Which of these players, in your opinion, deserves to play frequently for the Arsenal football club? Thank you for sharing your ideas with us.

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