Three changes Southampton should make after the international break
After losing yet another manager and more star players, Southampton have had to start another rebuilding job this summer under Frenchman Claude Puel.
The start of the season has been difficult for Puel, who has overseen a defeat to Manchester United and a pair of home draws to Watford and Sunderland, but there are brighter times ahead if he can get his new signings to gel amongst what is still a very talented squad.
A new record signing has come in since the draw with Sunderland in the shape of Sofiane Boufal, and the Saints can still be optimistic of a strong season.
This weekend will test them, though, as they take on a very talented and much improved Arsenal side, so what changes can Puel make in order to gain his first win of the season at the Emirates?
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