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How could Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang line up with Alexandre Lacazette?



How could Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang line up with Alexandre Lacazette?

Arsenal supporters have accused Arsene Wenger for a lack of big name striker until last season, but the French mastermind went big for Alexander Lacazette in the summer.

Arsenal acquired the service of Lacazette for £46.5 million, but the French international have failed to hit the ground running in his short term at The Emirates.

In January, Arsenal signed another of the best-est of the best center forward in Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for a club record amount.

Arsenal now possess two of the best strikers in the game at the moment and they could look deadly with both of them playing together.

In recent times, Arsene Wenger have preferred to play with 3-4-3 and 4-3-2-1.

That indicates a formation change can be adopted at North-London and they can play with two strikers with Mesut Ozil featuring at his preferred Number 10 position. This line-up will give Arsenal attacking depth with majority of the squad involved in offensive side of the game.

It also provides serious pace threat from the gunners going forward as both Pierre as well as Alexandre are frisky runners. Only limitation with this Line-up comes when Henrikh Mkhitaryan have to play a deeper role.

The telepathic connection of Aubameyang and Mkhitaryan is also a huge benefit Arsenal possesses and shifting Mkhitaryan deeper won’t help this partnership.

The Gunners may even switch to deploying three defenders and deploying Kolasinac and Bellerin as wing-backs.

Arsenal can even play with one center forward and three attacking midfielders. A 4-2-3-1 or 4-3-3 Line-up where one of Aubameyang or Lacazette can start on the flanks and keep switch roles in-between the game.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as well as Alexandre Lacazette have experience playing on the flanks – early in their career. Lacazette can play on the left side with his intelligence and keep on switching roles.

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