Arsenal could sign six players in the January transfer window if they can afford them.


Arsenal could sign six players in the January transfer window if they can afford them.

In January, ARSENAL may be able to bolster their squad with more affordable options.

Arsenal’s summer signings may have settled in, but their poor start to 2022 suggests Mikel Arteta’s squad isn’t quite where it needs to be, and they could add to their ranks in January.

Arsenal’s season has started badly for the Gunners, with a disappointing 2-1 loss to Manchester City followed by a shock FA Cup exit at the hands of Nottingham Forest.

Mikel Arteta’s side appeared toothless in comparison to recent weeks, as they were overrun in the midfield and the Championship side’s attacking threats were muted.

Arteta may use the January transfer window to his advantage as he looks to keep Arsenal’s season on track, with touch fixtures against Liverpool and Tottenham on the horizon, and the Gunners have been linked with some big names this month.

Arsenal may have been the Premier League’s biggest spenders in the summer, but they could dip into their coffers again to bolster their squad and ensure that they are fully prepared for next season.

Express Sport looks at six players who Arsenal could afford to sign in the January transfer window…

Dusan Vlahovic continues to impress for Fiorentina, and Arsenal is one of the Premier League clubs interested in signing him.

Arsenal could be facing a forward crisis, as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has become a thorn in the side, and Arteta’s remaining options are all out of contract next summer.

Arsenal chiefs are willing to break the bank for Vlahovic, according to Arteta, who admitted that the Gunners are “open” to making a big deal this window and that signing a striker is a priority.

Arsenal may have to pay £60 million to sign the 21-year-old, who has also been linked with north London rivals Tottenham.

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Following his recent rise in the Eredivisie with PSV, Ibrahim Sangare has attracted interest from a number of Premier League clubs, and the Ivorian is now in the shop window even more as he embarks on.

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