In recent weeks we have been linked with a host of wingers such as Draxler and Reus, all because Walcott’s infamous injury against Spurs. Some have even called the Gunners a team ‘one dimensional’ because apparently without Walcott we have no pace in the side, but do Gooners have a reason to be worried?
First lets see what choices we have on the wings. On the right we have Gnabry and Chamberlain who I believe are two quality players. They have both burst onto the scene at a young age and both possess skill and speed (although not quite as quick as Walcott). However, what Walcott has that these two don’t is a proven shooting ability. If we do buy a striker in the coming days then this will not be too much of an issue. They also do not have as much experience as the injured Englishman but that is something which can be easily improved during Walcott’s absence.