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File1:

Three games to go. Pretty amazing when you reflect on this season as an Arsenal
fan. A horrendous summer, an even worse start to the season. At one point, it
seemed Wenger's reign was coming to a crash-and-burn ending.

But with three games left, Arsenal are in the driving seat for third place and
guaranteed Champions League football. This crazy season still has some twists
and turns in store, we can be sure of that.

Assuming that Arsenal can secure a top-three spot in the remaining games, then
the next question is how this summer will play out. Reinforcements are needed,
and some names look set to leave. Gooners love to speculate about the transfer
window.

File2:

An unsurprising name if you have read any Arsenal news over the past month. The
German international, Lukas Podolski, looks certain to sign this sumemr. The
Mirror has reported that the deal is as good as done. Still, Arsenal fans have
learned enough to know that one isn't an Arsenal player until we see him in a
jersey.

However, if true, Podolski represents a real coup for Wenger and the Gunners.
The Cologne striker is proven on the international stagem bagging goals like
its his job; soccer fans around the world remember him starring in the 2006
and 2010 World Cups.

A direct striker, who can also play wide left, Podolski possesses a rocket
left-foot. If Van Persie stays next season, Arsenal will finally have a proven
backup for the dutch forward. Additionally, he will likely operate on the wing
which could create a fantastic partnership.

File3:

Giroud, an imposing 6'4" French striker, has had another impressive sason for
Montipellier as they challenge for the Ligue 1 title. Something of a late
bloomer, possibly in the mold of good friend Laurent Koscielny. Giroud would be
an important addition to Wenger's side.

The striker has scored 19 league goals this campaign, chipping in with eight
assists. And, although some Gooners might be wary of another Ligue 1 forward
who is strong in the air, Giroud has an impressive blend of strength and
technique which would allow him to flourish in the EPL.

If Van Persie stays, and Podolski arrives, some may see Giroud as unnecessary.
Adding the powerful striker, however, would allow more forward rotation and
greater flexibility-as the captain could play a more withdrawn role.

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