Arsenal had one of the worst defensive records in the top half of the Premier League table last season.
And things have not got much better this time around.
Unai Emery was sacked after a terrible start to the campaign, with Freddie Ljungberg standing in as interim head coach in the last two matches.
But the former Gunners midfielder has been unable to oversee an upturn in form, with a draw and a defeat against Norwich and Brighton respectively in the two games since he has taken charge.
Ljungberg has failed to improve the defence, with Arsenal shipping two goals in each of their last five matches and reinforcements could be coming in the January transfer window.
Arsenal already have a new defender incoming next summer, with William…