Who might Arsenal sign during the January transfer window?
A closer look at the players linked with a move to the Emirates this month
Arsenal have suffered two demoralising defeats over the last nine days, going down 2-0 at home to Manchester City last weekend and losing 2-1 at Chelsea yesterday.
Manager Arsene Wenger is becoming increasingly concerned: “It's very damaging for our position in the league, and difficult to swallow,” he said yesterday.
“We have lost two big games in the last week and that is very damaging for us. We cannot afford to drop points any more if we want to be in the top four. That is a concern.”
Wenger also said recently that once Theo Walcott's contract was tied up, Arsenal would concentrate all their efforts on making additions to the squad. The England winger put pen to paper last Friday, but as yet there have been no new arrivals.
There are 10 days until the window closes, but who might be wearing red and white by then? We take a look at who's been linked with a switch to the Emirates and the likelihood of any deal coming to fruition.
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