Arsenal are moving forward their exchange business and could make upwards of six signings in the mid year window to give administrator Mikel Arteta another turn beginning line-upward.

Arsenal possible line-up next season

Munititions stockpile’s exchange business is moving forward, with Mikel Arteta chasing a few focuses to be his third marking of the summer window.

Nuno Tavares and Albert Sambi Lokonga have both effectively joined the club, with the Gunners surrounding at last bringing Ben White to the Emirates Stadium.

Arteta is additionally peering toward offers for Aaron Ramsdale and Tammy Abraham, with the Gunners likewise apparently prepared to offer two players to Leicester to some extent trade for James Maddison.

The Spaniard’s firing line-up in the impending season is set to be highly transformed from the one which completed eighth in the Premier League last term.

Mikel Arteta's Arsenal team will have a new look next season
Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal team will have a new look next season
Those changes will start with the first name on the teamsheet in goal, with Ramsdale taking over as number one from Bernd Leno.

The Gunners are set to submit a £30million bid to Sheffield United for the Englishman, who has impressed at the Blades.

Playing alongside White will be Rob Holding, who was one of Arsenal’s most consistent performers last season.

Despite Tavares’ arrival from Benfica, Kieran Tierney is still the first-choice left-back and appears set to become Arsenal captain at some point in the future.

Ben White is closing in on a £50million to Arsenal from Brighton

Ben White is closing in on a £50million to Arsenal from Brighton (Image: Getty Images)

Thomas Partey will also keep his starting role in defensive midfield despite a mixed first season at Arsenal following his move from Atletico Madrid.

It is hoped that a new partner will bring the best out of the Ghanian and Arteta hopes Lokonga can be that man after his arrival from Anderlecht.

Albert Sambi Lokonga could be Thomas Partey's midfield partner
Albert Sambi Lokonga could be Thomas Partey’s midfield partner (Image: Getty Images)

The 21-year-old has impressed in Belgium, making 78 appearances for Anderlecht since his debut in December 2017.

With Emile Smith-Rowe now likely to stay at the Gunners, Arteta will hand him a starting spot out wide.

Playing as the central attacking midfielder in Arteta’s 4-2-3-1 formation would be Maddison, with the Englishman having starred for Leicester since his move from Norwich.

James Maddison has been earmarked as the man to be Arsenal's creative force
James Maddison has been earmarked as the man to be Arsenal’s creative force (Image: Getty Images)
Maddison has scored 21 goals and notched 17 assists in three top-flight seasons with the Foxes, with Arteta marking him out as the man to be the Gunners’ creative force.

On the opposite flank to Saka will be Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who will hope last season’s downturn in form was merely a blip.

With Aubameyang back in his favoured position on the wing, Abraham will lead the line as the sole striker.