There is not a shadow of a doubt that The Gunners are short of at least one quality striker. Olivier Giroud has been wonderful for Gunners scoring good and important goals but he needs to improve his conversion rate if he wants to be renowned among the best in Europe.
There is highly unlikely that Arsenal would get hold of any world class striker with hardly any available. If Arsenal are to maintain their consistency with Manchester City and Chelsea lowering the gap in the league table they are definitely going need a prolific goal scorer, preferably more prolific than Giroud who will also provide a backup in injury cases.
Juventus forward Llorente has not quite reached his best form at the club since arriving this season, and has also been linked with Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur in recent times, as it is believed the Italian giants may be willing to loan him out.
Morata is another player not enjoying enough regular football at his current club Real Madrid, and the Spanish giants may be keen to let the youngster gain some valuable experience in a temporary switch away from the Bernabeu.
Both players could certainly improve Arsenal’s options in attack, and would prove astute pieces of business by the Gunners boss.