Arsenal hero Ian Wright has claimed that the Gunners having two top goalkeepers could revolutionise the game.
David Raya and Aaron Ramsdale are both challenging for the starting berth under manager Mikel Arteta, with the Spain international starting the last two games.
However, the Gunners boss insists he has plans to rotate them and could even substitute them during games.
Wright reckons that could happen, and he had this to say when asked who would pick between the duo ahead of the North London derby against Tottenham Hotspur at Emirates Stadium on Sunday.
“You know something that I like about our manager, he does his business,” the former Arsenal striker said on Rio Ferdinand Presents FIVE.
“He has brought this on himself because he knows whatever comes out of this, he is going to deal with it. I love how Mikel is because it is all about winning for Mikel, it is all about the margin of games.
“We saw with the Everton game that we needed someone like that. He puts in Raya, we take like eight short corners. He is using the margins.
“What we are seeing after playing in two consecutive games, people are asking if he is going to be the number 1, we will see against Tottenham. If that is the case, what are we going to do? What are we going to say about our manager? Of course, you feel for Ramsdale.
“I think we are going to see it change even more because people are going to use the special team kind of vibe. We are going to see two top goalkeepers in a team.
“We are going to see how it plays out this season, because we are going to see how they both feel about it, how it is going to go because it might be shared out.
“I think that we might be seeing the start of something revolutionary. Who am I picking? No man, they will feel the energy if I picked one of those. I want both of them to do it for us.”
The Spurs game is a very crucial one, and if Arteta picks Raya and he impresses, the manager could decide to stick with him permanently going forward.
Arsenal face Brentford in the Carabao Cup afterwards before returning to league action against Bournemouth.
A Champions League group game against RC Lens is next after the Cherries game before they take on Manchester City, and Ramsdale could be picked to face the Bees and French side.
Arteta has a huge selection headache on his hands and he has to manage the situation carefully to keep both players happy.
Ramsdale is already wanted by Bayern Munich and Chelsea and is unlikely to hesitate to leave if he fails to play regularly going forward.