Swiss utility man, 2 ex-Gunners & 3 more Euro 2020 stars Arsenal should consider

Swiss utility man, 2 ex-Gunners & 3 more Euro 2020 stars Arsenal should consider

🇨🇭 Steven Zuber

The Switzerland ace bagged an assist hat-trick in the 3-1 victory against Turkey and currently leads the tournament's assist charts.

Zuber's versatility is his main trait—the 29-year-old's list of positions he's been used at would make even the flexible Ainsley Maitland-Niles shiver.

And while the Switzerland utility man is not exactly a hot prospect, he would be extremely useful to have on the bench as he can do a job at left-back, central midfield, left and right winger and even centre-forward.

He currently plays for Frankfurt and is valued at just £2.25m. Peanuts!

One of the biggest revelations of the tournament so far, the Dutch right-back has recorded 3 goal contributions in 2 games (2 goals and an assist).

The PSV man has been a threat from the right-hand side as his runs wreaked havoc on Ukraine and Austria.

Although his defensive ability needs to be proven against larger opposition, perhaps the towering right-back is the Bellerin replacement that Arsenal need,

🇫🇮 Glen Kamara

The 26-year-old is an Arsenal Academy graduate, and he even played a game for the Gunners in the League Cup back in 2017.

He left the club that same year, joining Dundee and making a switch to Rangers two years later.

Kamara is tidy in possession and good in tackle; he quietly carried the water for Finland, helping them get a shock win v Denmark and a respectable narrow loss v Russia.

If Arsenal want to continue playing with a double pivot, the Scottish Premiership champion could be the man to partner Partey with.

🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Aaron Ramsey

There has been a lot of talk about Arsenal missing goals from midfield. At the age of 30, the ex-Gunner offers exactly that as he opened the scoring in Wales' 2-0 win against Turkey.

Juventus seem ready to let him go, Mikel Arteta used to play alongside him and every fan knows how deeply Ramsey cares about Arsenal.

Occasionally linked with a move to Arsenal, the Sassuolo midfielder impressed against Turkey and Switzerland.

The 23-year-old offers dynamism, good playmaking skills, an ability to dispossess an opposition player, ball carrying, and, most importantly, goals.

Locatelli bagged a brace in Italy's 3-0 win v Switzerland, showcasing brilliant off-the-ball movement in the first goal and the ability to fire long-distance missiles in the second.

Another player rumoured to be on Arsenal's radar, the last season's La Liga revelation propelled the rather lacklustre Sweden side to a narrow win against Slovakia last week.

He was his team's main source of creativity, showing brilliant hold-up play and vision in addition to making some good runs and dribbles.

And his Real Sociedad record (17 goals in 34 league games last season) shows he is a good finisher, too. Exactly what Arsenal need up front!

Source: Tribuna