Arsene Wenger already has a lot on his plate in trying to turn around Arsenal after a poor start to the season and get the Gunners back among the top teams in the Premier League.
The French manager also has all the injury problems to cope with and now the January transfer window is less than a month away, he has a lot more work to do behind the scenes to sort out which players and how many players to target in the transfer market.
It is not just the possible incoming players, though, because Wenger also has the futures of at least two of the fringe players in the Arsenal squad to consider, with Lukas Podolski and Joel Campbell both rumoured to be getting itchy feet due to their lack of playing opportunities.
If Wenger does not want to sell Campbell but does not plan to use him too much, maybe a Premier League loan deal would be best for the young striker and the latest club to show interest is our EPL rival Liverpool, according to the Daily Express. They have their own young striker Divock Origi out on loan and now find that they could do with him but cannot recall him until the end of the season.
So should Wenger allow Campbell to go to Liverpool and gain some experience. He may help them in their challenge to finish in the top four but then he may help them take points off our other rivals. What should Wenger do?