Martin Angha is the only full back in the system that I believe has two feet. He is capable of playing both sides for Arsenal, and even deputizing in the middle with his height and mobility. When I saw him play in November a scout from PSV Eindhoven was ferociously scribbling down notes. While I do not read German or Flemish, the scout was kind enough to confirm that Angha was one of three players they had a keen interest in taking on loan in January or signing in the summer.
The club have to do two things going into the summer. First, they must go out and buy some prospects to polish into fullbacks. Second, the club must find a way to retain this talent even if a first team spot is not immediately available. Kyle Bartley was being groomed to join the first team, but his desire to play regular football meant that his schedule for promotion did not match the schedule set out by the boss. Martin Angha appears to be the next one whose departure rings that tune.