Arsenal defeated Manchester United 2-0 at the weekend offering serious optimism that they can secure a return to the Champions League.
Boss Unai Emery has done a decent job since taking over in the summer and he will now look to finish in the top four.
During the summer the Spanish boss is likely to continue stamping his own authority on the squad.
Some players will depart and naturally, he will look to recruit some new additions too.
According to Football Italia, the Gunners are interested in landing AC Milan forward Suso during the transfer window.
The 25-year-old endured a shocking time of things during his previous Premier League spell at Liverpool.
In 21 games he contributed just one goal and one assist before eventually being offloaded.
This poses the question of whether or not he is worth the risk to Arsenal?
There is an argument that the Cadiz-born winger was a relative novice during his time at Anfield. He was learning his trade and perhaps the Premier League came too soon in his development.
Since leaving the Reds it is fair to say he has done okay at the San Siro.
In 125 games with the Milanese giants, he has netted 21 goals and contributed a further 33 assists.
There is an improvement since his Liverpool disaster but he hasn’t contributed an assist for Milan since November.
That is a worry and if reports from the Daily Mail are true, Arsenal will only have a £45 million kitty this summer.
The Gunners will need to be meticulous over every penny spent and that doesn’t bode well for Suso.
Given his indifferent form of late, it seems Emery would be wise to look elsewhere for summer recruits.