Here is how Arsenal could line up against Bayern Munich

April 9, 2024

Arsenal now have the chance to send a big message to the rest of Europe in a fixture that used to cause constant anxiety. This is as they take on Bayern Munich in the first leg of the UCL quarter finals.

The Gunners, who have been dominant at home since the beginning of 2022–2023 are hoping to advance farther on the continent after reaching the quarterfinals of the Champions League for the first time since 2010.

Mikel Arteta’s team is sulking, and they have an opportunity to take down one of Europe’s nobility with two legs. After all, Bayern Munich is far from at its best and will soon lose the Bundesliga title.

In Bavaria, fear rather than optimism is ruling, and Tuchel’s group is first heading to north London. This is the Arsenal team that I believe they will play on Tuesday.

Gunners Probable lineup

David Raya- Goalkeper:- Despite Bayern’s struggles, Raya will likely be quite busy over the course of these two games because to his heroics in the penalty shootout that sent Arsenal into the quarterfinals.

Ben White (RB)-With his impressive performance this past weekend, White—who has perhaps been the team’s most reliable player in 2024—made another impression.

William Saliba (CB)-Constructed for moments such as these, Saliba will be eager to make an impression on one of Europe’s biggest players in order to advance to Euro 2024.

Gabriel (CB) – Gabriel, who is familiar with Harry Kane’s work, will engage in a tough clash with the former Tottenham striker on Tuesday night. He will surely be aggressive and move to join Kane in a deeper position.

Takehiro Tomiyasu (LB): I anticipate that Arteta would choose the finest one-on-one defender at left-back that is now available to him in order to play it safe and cautious.


Jorginho (CM): Jorginho’s placement will be tested because Bayern is very good at getting to their playmakers in both half-spaces. With a strong showing on Saturday, the Italian managed to earn a spot in Tuesday’s squad.

Declan Rice (CM): In an effort to keep Bayern from getting to its creators, Rice will probably sit closer to Jorginho on Tuesday if Arteta is to be more watchful. The Englishman won’t have as much pressure to lead the way.

Martin Odegaard (AM)- around the lead-up to Tuesday’s match, the captain has spoken a little bit about fighting, and Odegaard’s assurance reflects the mood around the Gunners’ camp.


Bukayo Saka (RW): Given how busy April is, Arteta needs to be cautious when starting Saka, but he will undoubtedly start this important match.

Kai Havertz (ST) – Havertz, who was outstanding over the weekend, has had a fantastic comeback as Arsenal’s number nine. In Tuesday’s opening leg, he’ll be facing some familiar faces and friends.

Gabriel (LW) Martinelli Maybe Arteta has been easing Martinelli back in anticipation of using him from the start against Bayern. Since March 4th, Martinelli has not started a game.