Edu, the Arsenal manager, must seize the opportunity to sign a January transfer window bargain for just £6 million.

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Edu must seize the opportunity to sign a January transfer window bargain for only £6 million.

ARSENAL are in desperate need of a central midfielder before the January transfer window closes…

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has stated that he wants to sign a central midfielder this month, and Denis Zakaria of Borussia Monchengladbach ticks all the boxes for the Gunners – especially at £6 million.

That’s the asking price the Bundesliga club is looking for in January to avoid losing the Swiss international for nothing when his current contract expires this summer.

Zakaria has recently been linked with a number of Premier League clubs, most notably those vying for the title.

Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool, and Manchester United are all thought to be interested.

However, Zakaria has lost his way in the last year, and competition for his signature has slowed.

When Zakaria’s deal with Gladbach expires, Roma is one of the clubs interested in luring him away.

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However, the German company would prefer to sell this month in order to keep their fee.

Gladbach, according to BILD, would consider offers as low as £6 million for the 25-year-old, who has already earned 38 caps for his country.

Zakaria has also played for Switzerland in the 2018 World Cup, 2019 Nations League finals, and UEFA Euro 2020.

He was once regarded as one of the best midfielders in the Bundesliga, with Bayern Munich eyeing a lucrative swoop.

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Arsenal, for example, should not be put off by the drop in interest in the defensive-minded star.

Given Zakaria’s usual net worth of more than £35 million, this would be the ideal time to strike.

After losing Thomas Partey and Mohamed Elneny to the Africa Cup of Nations, Arsenal are in desperate need of midfield reinforcements following Sunday’s poor performance against Nottingham Forest.

Elneny is also expected to leave Arsenal this summer when his contract expires, with the Gunners in desperate need of midfield reinforcements.

Ainsley Maitland-Niles, in particular, has.

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