Former Arsenal striker Kevin Campbell has urged Arsene Wenger to sign three players in the summer transfer window.
The Gunners are on course to finish the season in the top three and are expected to challenge Chelsea for the title next season. Arsene Wenger has deployed David Ospina in the goalkeeping position ahead of Wojciech Szczesny.
The north London club are strongly linked with a move in signing Chelsea stopper Petr Cech. The Blues manager Jose Mourinho has already admitted defeat in retaining the star keeper beyond this summer.
Campbell wants his former club to sign Cech, AS Monaco midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia and one of Paris Saint-Germain strikers Zlatan Ibrahimovic or Edinson Cavani in order to challenge Chelsea for the title next season.
"Getting Petr Cech in goal would be massive for Arsenal," Campbell said in an interview to talkSPORT.
"In midfield, I like Geoffrey Kondogbia, he would do a good job. Up front they should go to PSG and try and get either, and this might come as a big surprise, Edinson Cavani or Zlatan Ibrahimovic. They are winners. They are the type of players Arsenal need to be going for."
Wenger, on the other hand, has admitted that Arsenal's impressive form in this calendar year has made him rethink about Arsenal's summer transfer plan.
"... I believe that some players who were questioned, like Mesut Ozil, have made big improvements in the second part of the season and becomes slowly the leader you want him to be in guiding our game," Wenger said earlier in May.
"We are not in need of absolute change. We have a strong squad. We have some strong young players behind."
"We have a big squad now - Lukas Podolski, Joel Campbell, Yaya Sanogo (all forwards currently out on loan) will come back," he added.