Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger had endured a very difficult summer, but with the Gunners making several new additions before the end of the transfer deadline, Arsenal have given themselves a fighting chance this season.
It is imperative that the whole team pulls together, and by selling those who were not interested in staying at the Emirates, the whole team consists of players who want to impress for the Gunners, and everyone at Arsenal is looking to turn around the season.
The manager has come under immense criticism for his transfer dealings, and also, with the Gunners enduring a trophy drought, extending to six years, it is imperative that they do win any trophy to bring more optimism to the club.
Wenger has had to encounter various financial constraints in the past and had to embark upon the youth policy, and although the departures of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri at a young age does leave a bitter taste, the Gunners do have some of the best young talent and could be back to their best in the near future.
This will be the most difficult season for the Gunners considering the departures of Fabregas and Nasri, but when the youngsters do adjust to the rigours of the Premiership, it is expected that they will do better.
Wenger is one of the best managers when it comes to identifying and nurturing young talents, and there are a number of youngsters who have already broken into the first team.
This article is on eight Arsenal youngsters who could probably form the spine of the team in the future for the Gunners.