2. Yaya Sanogo
Four goals in one game. No we are not reminiscing about Arshavin’s one man show at Anfield on that memorable Tuesday night back in 2009, I am talking about the four goals scored by Sanogo against Benfica in this year’s pre-season. It is undoubtedly naive to judge a player on pre-season but it is hard not to get excited about such a promising young star. On 16 February 2014, he broke onto the scene, making his first start for Arsenal in a 2–1 FA Cup win against Liverpool. He also was entrusted by Wenger to lead the line against Bayern Munich, providing a constant thorn in the sides of Boateng and Dante. I feel that with the signing of Sanchez and the return of Campbell and Walcott will limited the game time of the Frenchman. Premier league experience is a must, however what is even more important is game time and wherever Wenger feels that he can obtain this should be where his loan period begins.