3. Ryo Miyaichi
The Japanese international has been described as having great pace and trickery by Theo Walcott. Having broke onto the scene with Arsenal on 20 September 2011, Miyaichi made his first team debut against League Two side Shrewsbury Town in the League Cup third round as a 71st minute substitute. Since then his development has been hampered through injury, especially while on loan at both Wigan and Bolton. Having fully recovered from a serious injury it is time that Rao got some games under his belt and rediscovered the potential that brought him to the club in the first place. He would ideally suit a team that played 4-3-3 and a move to a championship side would be beneficial to the twice capped Japanese winger.