Arsenal are flying high at the top of the Premier League table at the moment, with 48 points from 21 games. But if there’s one glaring flaw in the Gunners’ English title bid, it’s undoubtedly their lack of depth in the final third.
In-form Frenchman Olivier Giroud has certainly been pulling his weight this season, netting nine goals since the summer. But with his only natural understudy being Danish problem-child Nicklas Bendtner, the Arsenal striker has been overworked already this season and seems unlikely to go the full campaign without picking up a few knocks in the process.
Furthermore, Theo Walcott will now miss the rest of the season, in addition to the 2014 World Cup, with a knee injury, further restricting Arsene Wenger’s forward options.
And even past the current campaign, if there’s one leading priority for the Emirates boss in the next two transfer windows, it’s undoubtedly to find a high-quality striker that can compete with Giroud or even overtake him in a first-team role.
With that in mind, here’s SIX Super Strikers with prolific reputations and proven quality that would complete the North Londoners