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Arsenal’s potential starting XI next season

Date: 22nd July 2014 at 7:32pm
Written by Christy Malyan

With the World Cup over and the transfer window in full swing, the 2014/15 Premier League campaign is nearly upon us. In fact it's just 25 days away, which is probably just enough time to watch all the highlights from last season to remind you how amazing it was. Well, next term could be equally as exciting, with Arsenal finally splashing the cash, Manchester City determined to produce a much better title defence than last time, Manchester United welcoming a new manager in Louis van Gaal and Chelsea seemingly only growing ever stronger under Jose Mourinho. Indeed, having already captured the signatures of Mathieu Debuchy and former Barcelona star Alexis Sanchez, Arsenal could be about to awaken from their dormant state in the Premier League title race. And thus, as we at Football Fancast nearly explode with excitement, we take a look at what the Gunners' starting XI might look like next season... GOALKEEPER - IKER CASILLAS Wojciech Szczesny did little wrong to claim the joint-most clean sheets of any Premier League goalkeeper last season, also trumping his top four counterparts with a 69% distribution success rate. But the opportunity to sign Real Madrid and Spain legend Iker Casillas will be impossible for Arsene Wenger to ignore: Iker Casillas wants Real Madrid to let him join Arsenal on a free, according to reports from Spain — MailOnline Sport (@MailSport) July 19, 2014 'The Saint' suffered a poor World Cup... ...but there's no doubting his quality, having previously won the big WC and two European Championships with Spain, as well as five La Liga titles and three Champions Leagues with Los Blancos. Furthermore, after spending two seasons playing second fiddle to Diego Lopez, the 33 year-old apparently wants to throw his Bernabeu contract in a steel bin and set fire ... Read More


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