Six strikers that could finally fire Arsenal to the title next season

Javier Hernandez (Manchester United)

If Manchester United Option A is out of the question (see above), how about Option B? A proven goalscorer and penalty-box poacher extraordinaire, Javier Hernandez has looked less and less his normal chirpy self at Old Trafford in recent months and, displeased at being continuously disregarded by David Moyes, is thought to be eyeing a move in the summer. The Little Pea has only made one Premier League start in 2014, despite consistently looking sharp in his rare cameo appearances.

With every cryptically vague Instagram post and moody celebration (see the 4-1 win over Aston Villa) Hernandez looks increasingly like a striker seeking a new place to call home. A total of 59 goals in 148 appearances for United - 66 of them from the bench - show a striker with all the ability to improve Arsenal’s forward line, and his winning mentality – plus the fact he’s an all-round good egg – would make him a welcome addition to Wenger’s side.


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What they need is a captain with steel. Their trophy-less run started when they sold Vieira. Since then they've had no captain that can drag the whole team to victory. I can't recall two captains since PV left, because none of have been real leaders.