Replacing Wales international Aaron Ramsey is a major concern for North London outfit Arsenal in the coming summer transfer window.
The former Cardiff City midfielder has already agreed to a move to the Italian Serie A outfit Juventus at the end of the season, making it necessary for the Gunners team to have him replaced owing to his importance in the team.
However, the Gunners had indicated interest in Spanish La Liga outfit Villarreal star Pablo Fornals with claims that they were preparing a bid to land him as soon as the summer transfer window is opened but that might not be as easy as expected with reports of Man City and Tottenham Hotspur also joining in the race.
This is a major threat for the North London outfit knowing that the two EPL sides might convince the player to have a change of mind.
It has been suggested that Pablo Fornals is interested in a move to the English League but has no choice of a destination which makes it a bid for who has a better plan for him.
However, the attacking attacker has proved he is fit to perform in the English League. He has so far scored four goals and handed four assists this season in 35 games across all competitions.