Transfer news: Arsenal - Transfer targets for January
The players that could be on their way to the Emirates next month
Tuesday 17 December 2013
Arsenal have enjoyed a blistering start to the season. Buoyed by the signing of Mesut Ozil and the superb form of Aaron Ramsey, they have surprised some with their early efforts to establish themselves as title contenders.
However all but the most optimistic of Arsenal supporters would agree that further investment is needed in January if they want to maintain their good start.
It seems certain that reinforcements will be brought in up front, while defensively the Gunners could perhaps do with a little strengthening as well - then again knowing Arsenal they just might not be able to resist bringing in another creative midfielder.
You can see some of the players linked with a switch to the Emirates in the gallery below...
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