Joel Campbell finally managed to make the bench against Newcastle United on Saturday afternoon, but was never brought on despite the team failing miserably in front of the goal.

Tuttomercatoweb reports that the Arsenal castaway may try to push through a move away from the Emirates Stadium before the transfer window slams shut.

The 23-year-old marksman has been never able to make a mark at Arsenal thanks to visa issues, not to mention the reluctance that Arsene Wenger exhibits to give him an opportunity to do so.

The Costa Rican international, thus, found him being loaned to four clubs in as many seasons.

Arsenal strikers failed to fire again as the Gunners managed to see off Newcastle United with an unintended help from Fabricio Coloccini and their manager, Arsene Wenger subtly slammed his striker for not scoring despite dominating the final third.

Talking to the press after the whistle at Saint James’ Park, the French manager admitted that his side had to improve, having failed to fire offensively against a ten-man mid-table club. He also announced that he would not mind adding to his roster in the event of finding an exceptional player.

Arsenal attack looked toothless yet again as the Gunners emerged victors against a ten-man Newcastle United side thanks to a Fabricio Coloccini deflection, but recent reports suggest that their attack would assume an entirely new dimension when Stoke City visit the Emirates Stadium next month, with the potential arrival of Edinson Cavani.

Arsenal have seen the likes of Lukas Podolski, Chuba Akpom and Yaya Sanogo leave this summer, with Joel Campbell likely to become the next candidate to follow their suit leaving only a handful of strikers to choose from. Furthermore, injury to Danny Welbeck further stresses upon the fact they must, at all costs, add a world-class striker to their roster.

Arsenal supporters must be well aware of the might of phone calls that Arsene Wenger makes and the Spanish media now report that the Frenchman has called the agent of Andriy Yarmolenko, who has been brilliant in the Ukrainian Premier League.

Need for a world-class striker at the Emirates Stadium has been well documented, but the Gunners have failed to identify one in the transfer market all summer despite the availability of names such as Edinson Cavani.

Arsenal could rekindle their interest in long-term target Julian Draxler as he would be available on a cheap this summer despite intentions of Horst Heldt to retain the services of the World Cup winner, according to reports in Italy.

The midfielder got off to a flying start to his career becoming an important fixture at Schalke, but his persistent injury concern seems to catalyze his progress negatively. Arsene Wenger, however; is believed to be hopeful of reviving his career as he reportedly is preparing a £21million bid to secure his services.