EPL: 9 Reasons Arsenal Can Win The Title [CLICK]

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When Liverpool’s Sadio Mane smashed in a fourth goal on the opening day of the season, Arsenal fans would be forgiven for writing off their title chances there and then.

But after victories over Watford and Southampton and an influx of personnel late in the transfer window, the Gunners are looking up.

Could Wenger be getting his hands on the Premier League trophy again?
Could Wenger be getting his hands on the Premier League trophy again? Photo Credit: PA:PRESS ASSOCIATION

Can they end 13 years of hurt and lift the title again? SunSport has come up with nine reasons which suggests they just might.

1. The chequebook has finally come out

Shkodran Mustafi was part of a trio of high profile summer signings
Shkodran Mustafi was part of a trio of high profile summer signings Photo Credit: GETTY IMAGES

SPEND, spend, spend was the cry from the Emirates crowd – and spend they did.

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Granit Xhaka for £38m, Shkodran Mustafi for £34m, Lucas Perez for £17m.

This season there is no spending excuse for the Gunners – they’ve gone for it.

2. Alexis Sanchez

Sanchez proved his worth with the equaliser against PSG
Sanchez proved his worth with the equaliser against PSG. Photo Credit: GETTY IMAGES

THE CHILEAN is at the heart of everything good about the Gunners attack.

When he’s on song, Arsenal are on song.

There is speculation that he wants bigger wages in a new deal.

That needs to go on the back burner for the moment – play him, and Arsenal always have a chance.

3. Two ‘world class’ keepers

Cech and Ospina are fighting it out for the No1 shirt
Cech and Ospina are fighting it out for the No1 shirt Photo Credit: REUTERS

NO title-winning squad is complete without a top stopper.

And Arsene Wenger has gone on record in saying that both Petr Cech and David Ospina are ‘world class’.

Cech has certainly done it all before – and he knows how to succeed in a title-push.

4. Lucky 13

Arsenal will want to use 2004 as an inspiration
Arsenal will want to use 2004 as an inspiration. Photo Credit: TIMES NEWSPAPERS LTD

REMEMBER the Invincibles? 

Of course you do – but it’s hard to believe that it will be 13 years ago come May.

Unlucky for some, but will it be 13th time lucky for Wenger’s men? Time will tell.

5. Xhaka can be next Patrick Vieira

Xhaka looks an excellent signing for the Gunners
Xhaka looks an excellent signing for the Gunners. Photo Credit: REUTERS

ONE of the things missing from recent Arsenal teams is that steel in midfield, the man who makes it tick.

Granit Xhaka can become that figure if given the chance by Wenger.

The Swiss midfielder is good in the tackle, clever on the ball, and at 23 has his best years ahead of him.

6. Mesut Ozil new deal

Ozil has that bit of magic that every team needs for a successful title charge
Ozil has that bit of magic that every team needs for a successful title charge. Photo Credit: REUTERS

THE GERMAN looks set to extend his stay at the Emirates – and fans have to be delighted with that.

A force of creativity, his effortless talent and ability to pick out that killer pass makes him crucial to this Arsenal side.

Deserves a fair shot at the title.

7. If Leicester can…

Leicester proved that even in the modern era a team can tip the odds
Leicester proved that even in the modern era a team can tip the odds. Photo Credit: PA:PRESS ASSOCIATION

LAST season’s 5000/1 shock proved that anyone can win this league.

Arsenal haven’t had a bad start, they look stronger at the back this season and have invested in goals.

Leicester built their challenge on team work and spirit – why can’t Arsenal do the same?

8. Strength at the back and front

Perez will be hoping to fire Arsenal up the league
Perez will be hoping to fire Arsenal up the league. Photo Credit: GETTY IMAGES

WITH injuries wreaking havoc in the early stages of the season, Wenger dipped into the transfer market for Mustafi, Rob Holding and Perez.

It gives them more option in both defence and attack, strength in depth that they’ve so badly lacked.

Perez is potentially a diamond for £17m – he could go either way but Wenger will be hoping he can be the 20-goal man every title challenger needs.

 

 

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