The centre-back situation at Arsenal is certainly an interesting subject, with the club having a host of options in that department both in the first-team and beyond.
Gabriel, Rob Holding and Pablo Mari will surely still be heavily involved next season, while David Luiz could stay and it remains to be seen what will happen with Calum Chambers. Beyond that, William Saliba and Konstantinos Mavropanos are due back from loans and will be looking to fully establish themselves as Arsenal players.
In addition, Arsenal also have to make decisions on a host of young centre-backs from the U23 squad who have been out on loan this season, namely Daniel Ballard, Mark McGuinness, Harry Clarke and Zech Medley.
It seems likely that all four players could go on loan again, with opportunities to break into the first-team next season set to be limited.
Ballard has impressed for Blackpool in League One and a temporary switch to a Championship team would be appear to be the natural next step.
McGuinness is an interesting prospect and has also done well in League One with Ipswich Town. If an opportunity to go to a Championship club on loan arises then it is likely that he too could be playing in the second tier next season.
Clarke, meanwhile, has been playing for Oldham Athletic in League Two and is certainly capable of operating in a higher division, so he could make the step up to League One.
Medley started the season on loan at Gillingham but is now in Scotland with Kilmarnock, so it is a little more difficult to predict where he will end up next campaign, but a switch to the Championship cannot be ruled out.
Arsenal also have Omar Rekik to consider, with the former Hertha Berlin player highly regarded at the club, although he has yet to make his debut due to injury.
Former Tottenham Hotspur defender Jonathan Dinzeyi hasn’t been especially impressive since joining Arsenal but he could also head out on loan at some stage next season.