Arsenal transfers: Ray Parlour ‘worried’ about Gunners forward line
Former Arsenal midfielder Ray Parlour admits he is worried about the Gunners lack of options in attack
Ray Parlour has expressed his concerns about Arsenal’s lack of attacking options.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger signed Yaya Sanogo on a free transfer in July before spending a club-record £42.5m on Germany international Mesut Ozil.
However, the Gunners boss permitted Gervinho to join Roma, while Lukas Podolski is expected to be sidelined until January with a hamstring injury.
And former Arsenal midfielder Parlour is concerned Wenger could be in trouble if Olivier Giroud were to pick up a knock in the coming months.
“I’m worried about the forward line,” Parlour told the Daily Star. “Giroud was excellent against Spurs.
“But if he does get a niggle or gets injured, then the next player that can play there is Theo Walcott because Lukas Podolski is out injured.
“It’s the only position I am worried about. If Giroud does get hurt, they are going to be light.
“They got Ozil in – great. But could they have signed a striker as well?”