As Arsene Wenger enters what could be his last season in an already 20-year long career as manager of Arsenal, this summer could present him with one last chance to build a squad that could win the Premier League.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has always been highly rated at Arsenal, but has found first-team opportunities hard to come by this season due to his own issues with form and fitness as well as the emergence of Joel Campbell and Alex Iwobi.
David de Gea has been out of action after suffering an injury in the pre-match warm up prior to Manchester United's 2-1 defeat in Denmark against Midtjylland, but the Spaniard is expected to make a comeback against Arsenal this Sunday.
We take a look at the possible roles of the attackers and the selection headache that Arsene Wenger will face following the arrival of Danny Welbeck at Arsenal.
It was a game of two halves at The Emirates with Manchester United completely dominating proceedings in the first half while Arsenal coming back with some drive in the second. In the end, a defensive calamity cost the home team the game. The Post-Mortem follows.