Arsenal transfer news: Could Arsene Wenger move for Danny Welbeck, Loic Remy or Edinson Cavani after Olivier Giroud's injury?
Gunners boss could decide he has enough options in Sanogo, Podolski and Sanchez
Arsenal fans were hit with the shock news this morning that they will be without striker Olivier Giroud after he suffered an ankle injury in the draw with Everton.
The French forward will have a scan to determine the extent of the damage on his left foot, but there are fears he has fractured a bone, an injury that will leave him out for three months.
The rumour mill has spun into life this morning with various players being linked with a move to north London to fear the Gunners' striking woes.
Video: The latest transfer news
We go through a few of the players who have been linked with Arsenal this morning - some appear to be a bit more likely than others, while a number of them are already in Arsene Wenger's squad...
Arsenal fans will just be hoping Wenger doesn't decide he has enough firepower in his squad already.
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