Arsenal spent £150 million in the summer transfer window,
acquiring Ben White, Sambi Lokonga, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Aaron Ramsdale, Martin
Odegaard and, Nuno Tavares.
move was a bid to strengthen last season’s frail squad that saw Arsenal finish
eighth in the Premier League.
heavy spending, Arsenal’s current season hasn’t been as glamourous. The Gunners
have found it hard to defeat top oppositions, putting their push for European
football next season in jeopardy.
North Londoners are also expected to be without Thomas Partey, Mohamed ElNeny and, Pierre Aubameyang, all of who will be on international duty in January.
that in mind, here are four players Arsenal could sign in January.
highly-rated Brighton midfielder was a target for Arsenal in the summer before
they settled for Sambi Lokonga.
is known for his ball-playing ability, a box-to-box midfielder, excellent at
tracking back and he is already acclimatized to the Premier League.
left Liverpool for PSG in the summer on a free transfer and signed a
The Netherlands international has found it hard to break into the Parisian’s first
team, starting just 7 matches.
is being reported that the 31-year-old would fancy a move back to the Premier
League on loan.
Arsenal is in a prime position to secure his services until the end of the season.
Swede has struggled to get enough game time since the return of Massimiliano
Allegri to Juventus.
21-year-old has a market value of £34 million according to Transfer markt.
would comfortably fit into Arsenal’s right side of attack.
the futures of Lacazette, Aubameyang and, Nketiah in doubt, Arsenal will be in
dire need of fresh attackers in the next two transfer windows.
Vlahovic has emerged as a top target for Arsenal, with the Gunners ready to
splash £65 million for the highly-rated Fiorentina forward.
21 year old has scored 15 goals in 17 appearances for Fiorentina this season.