While the January transfer window was one of the most exciting windows Arsenal fans have experienced for many years, there is still a lot of work needed on the team for the Gunners to be a stable title challenging team in the future.

The arrivals of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan were enough to put a massive smile on every Arsenal fan’s face, and with both the players being considered as world class talents, there weren’t too many reasons for supporters to be reminiscing over long serving players departing the club.

The likes of Alexis Sanchez, Francis Coquelin, Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud all left the club but the departures were definitely overshadowed by exhilarating transfer speculations and activity.

The new attackers made an instant impact with both players contributing to either goals or assists in an easy 5-1 win over Everton at the Emirates Stadium. So whilst the attack looks to be in good shape with star German Mesut Ozil also signing a new massive £350,000 a week contract, and the summer arrival of Alexandre Lacazette still yet to flourish, it’s safe to say that going forward, Arsenal are not short of world class talent.

Many of Arsenal’s troubles seem to stem from the back, contributing to the most amount of goals conceded among the top six teams. Whilst the lack of goal threat has been taken care of, there are five positions that need to be addressed during the summer transfer window.

I’ve taken a look at them: