The North London club have failed to make a first-team signing all summer so far, pulling up short in their pursuit of Gonzalo Higuain after Napoli stole in and whisked the player away to Southern Italy.
The £40 million bid was rejected, but the Uruguayan now has permission to speak to the Gunners while a fee is thrashed out.
And we couldn't agree more.
Arsenal signed Olivier Giroud last summer, and he, along with Lukas Podolski, were brought in to replace the outbound Dutch talisman.
They weren't adequate—not on paper, not on the pitch—and Giroud's alarming tendency to shoot from anywhere on the field, accompanied by Wenger's alarming tendency to substitute "Poldi" off every week, gave fans a tough season to bear.
Neither scored the goals required, and Arsenal fans, in general, will agree a new striker is a necessity if they want to win the title.
Who better to take than 23-goal Suarez?
Wenger's free-flowing 4-3-3/4-2-3-1 hybrid system is perfect for the Uruguayan, and he can take up any of three or four roles, depending on the layout.
He's proven adept in the short passing game, working between the lines; finding space; and, finally, hitting the back of the net.
Concerns that Suarez would never be a 20-goal forward in the Premier League have been binned, and there are few more fearsome sights in football than this man running at you with the ball.
Ideally, you'd play Suarez up front, dropping in and out of the line Lionel Messi-style, with Podolski and perhaps Theo Walcott flanking him.
The linkup play between midfield engines Jack Wilshere and Aaron Ramsey would be scintillating, and while this transfer feels like a demonstration of power from the Gunners, it has its tactical merits.
Either the former Ajax man's geography is appalling, or he's willing to give it a go with a fresh start—either way, Gunners fans won't care if he's playing in Arsenal red next season.
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