As well as the uncertainty over the remaining games to be played in the Premier League and FA Cup, the Spaniard also has doubts over whether several high-profile players will be remaining in North London.
With that in mind, Sports Mole takes a look at the Gunners could begin the next campaign, whenever it gets underway.
Although he has made some notable errors in the past, goalkeeper Bernd Leno has also saved Arsenal on many occasions, ensuring that the German should remain the club's number one for the foreseeable future.
Soares has been brought in as competition for Hector Bellerin, but the latter is likely to hold down a place at right-back once he has shaken off a persistent groin problem.
Once he has adjusted to life in the Premier League, Mari is expected to hold down a regular spot in the centre, potentially alongside William Saliba who will finally link up with Arsenal in the summer after his loan spell at Saint-Etienne.
Wary of making too making too many changes at one time, Arteta may be prepared to persist with a midfield double-act of Granit Xhaka and Lucas Torreira, although they could be supported by a fresh face.
As it stands, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will almost certainly be sold later in 2020, a development which would have significant implications for the rest of the attack given his versatility.
After having had a season in English football, Gabriel Martinelli could be trusted down the left flank, especially if Sabitzer can add more resilience in the middle of the pitch.