Santi Cazorla has hailed the potential arrival of Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal at Arsenal while praising Napoli star Gonzalo Higuain and Paris Saint-Germain's Edinson Cavani amid the possibility of a striker joining the Gunners during the summer transfer window.
The former Villarreal and Malaga midfielder recently claimed he hoped the French boss would strengthen his squad during the current transfer window, earmarking the signing of a "true striker" as the top priority.
"It's a tough decision and it's down to Mr Wenger to make these decisions. My only hope is that whoever is chosen will be somebody who can pump up the level of the team. When it comes to a position or who in particular we might need somebody in Theo Walcott's area. He's not necessarily a true, true striker so we might need somebody in his area," the Spaniard said, according to Standard Sport.
And now Cazorla has gone a step further and named some potential targets.
A reporter from South American Direct TV claimed last month the Gunners had agreed personal terms to sign Vidal and that the transfer will be completed after the Copa America.
Wenger had already praised the Chilean and when asked during an interview with Fox Sport what the Juventus star could bring to the Arsenal squad, Cazorla said: "Vidal is a player that arrives a lot to the area from the second line and who reads the game very well.
"He scores many goals and like all the South Americans fights a lot for the team. It is clear that he would give a high level to the team."
Meanwhile, when questioned about the possibility of playing alongside Cavani or Higuain next season, he said: "The truth is that speaking about Cavani and Higuain is speaking about goals.
"They are two players who have a spectacular career. I do not know whether the rumours [about them joining Arsenal] are true but I know both of them from watching them playing and with Pipa [Higuain] I have a good relationship. I wish them all the best if they come to Arsenal."
With Higuain linked with a move away from Napoli, club president Aurelio De Laurentiis earlier this week told La Gazzetta dello Sport that the player will only leave the club should any suitors meet his €100m (£72m, $113m) release clause.
"Higuain's future? If a player has a contract this contract has to be respected if a madman arrives and offers to pay his buy-out clause then one must consider it. Otherwise Pipita [Higuain] will remain here."