Power rankings: Grading 25 Arsenal players from the 2023/24 season

  • Arsenal finished second in the Premier League
  • They broke many records this season
  • But what are the current Arsenal power rankings after 2023/24?
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16. Oleksandr Zinchenko

Considering the impact he made last season, this was an underwhelming campaign by Oleksandr Zinchenko's standards. While he started 20 Premier League games, there were more periods where he looked uncomfortable out of possession. He was a weakness in the Arsenal defence, which Mikel Arteta placed more emphasis on this season admittedly.

15. Eddie Nketiah

Nobody expects Eddie Nketiah to be starting each week but the Hale End graduate made a respectable 27 Premier League appearances (10 starts) this season. He also scored a hat-trick at the beginning of the campaign, finishing the season with five goals and two assists. While he would've hoped for better, Nketiah didn't have a blunder by any means.

14. Jakub Kiwior

Jakub Kiwior improved massively this season and he benefited from Zinchenko's poor form, which left the Ukrainian international on the bench. Kiwior stepped up to the mark, particularly at the beginning of 2024, in a new role for the defender. If this continues next season, Arsenal fans could have Ben White 2.0 on their hands.

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