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With Arsenal, it's difficult to know where to begin.
Currently sitting 19 points off Manchester United in first place, it's clear something drastic needs to be done to reform this club's longing looks at the English Premier League trophy.
However, Arsene Wenger won't spend a bucket load to fix that chasm in quality, so we have to speculate within our means.
A world-class striker such as Edinson Cavani would be lovely. In reality, Wenger will point to Olivier Giroud's improving form and suggest he's the long-term answer.
Another powerful midfield option would also help their cause, as they rely on an injury-prone Abou Diaby who never plays more than half a season.
The biggest thing Wenger can do to provide long-term fixes this window is to start Carl Jenkinson whenever fit—Bacary Sagna will enter the final year of his contract this summer and his form is declining quickly.