With the domestic football season coming to a close and the European Championships around the corner, all eyes turn to the transfer rumour mill as Arsenal's Mikel Arteta and Edu plan their moves to go one better next season.

The three main points of contention in the side all season were centre forward, the third midfield spot next to Declan Rice and Martin Odegaard, and left-back - so it wouldn’t be a surprise to see several of those addressed this summer.

Despite calls for a striker multiple times throughout the year, Kai Havertz finished the campaign in fine form, and in the 13 games he started at centre forward he picked up eight goals and six assists.

Havertz’s performances and Arsenal scoring their record number of Premier League goals, with 91, may push a new striker down the list of priorities for the Gunners.

A midfielder will likely be high on the wanted list, though.

Thomas Partey could be on the move, opening up a starting spot at either defensive midfield or left central midfield.

Rice was excellent in both roles throughout the season and with his versatility, the Gunners can be flexible in the market and target the best player available in either position.

It wouldn’t be a huge surprise to see the majority of the budget spent on a midfielder.

At left-back, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Jakub Kiwior rotated throughout the year depending on match-ups and fitness, but none of them were able to really lock down the position.

We saw a glimpse of Jurrien Timber in the first and last league game of the Premier League season and after a full pre-season campaign, he should be ready to compete for that role.

Meanwhile, Arsenal still seem to lack a pacey winger who can change the game and cover Bukayo Saka on the right.

The Gunners have lacked a player in that role for a few years and Manchester City having Jeremy Doku has shown why Arsenal should be looking that direction.

The other main piece of business for Arsenal to sort out this summer is goalkeeper.

With David Raya expected to become a permanent signing and Aaron Ramsdale expected to leave the club, a back-up keeper should be on the shopping list.