Transfer rumors for Arsenal To increase squad depth, Mikel Arteta and Edu are anticipated to make a few moves in January.
In January, Arsenal is expected to execute a jaw-dropping double transfer swoop that might help them win the Premier League championship.
Last season, the Gunners fought valiantly against Manchester City to win the title, but they were ultimately defeated by Pep Guardiola’s winning machine, who’s club won the triple after three straight victories in the league.
Throughout the summer, Mikel Arteta and Edu strengthened their team by adding Declan Rice, Kai Havertz, Jurrien Timber, and David Raya.
Since then, Arsenal’s Premier League record has been undefeated, and the team is currently placed second in the standings, just behind rival north London club Tottenham in terms of goals scored, reflecting the significance of those purchases.
Thanks to Gabriel Martinelli’s deflected shot against Manchester City, the Gunners entered the international break with the ideal record.
Bukayo Saka, who had been hurt earlier in the week in the Champions League, couldn’t play for Arsenal, but Arteta was able to welcome Martinelli back after a month away.
On October 21, when Arsenal takes on Chelsea in the London derby, Saka must be 100 percent healthy. While this is going on, maintaining the health of players like William Saliba, Gabriel Magalhaes, and Rice is crucial, especially after the trio annihilated Erling Haaland at Emirates Stadium last weekend.
Despite having ties to Napoli star Victor Osimhen, former Arsenal player Kevin Campbell cites Edu and Arteta as two players they must buy if they want to win the title. While injuries may have an impact on title ambitions, strengthening in key areas during the winter window can lessen the impact.
According to HITC, Campbell claimed on Curtis Shaw TV that “you can get Ivan Toney and [Pedro] Neto for almost the same money you’re going to spend on Osimhen.”
“Osimhen. He is a fantastic athlete. Top-class. He has never played in the Premier League of England. Will he get promoted to the Premier League automatically? We don’t know.
We are aware of two guys, Toney and Neto, who can immediately contribute. 60,000,000 pounds. You are with Toney all day long. Total: £80 million. You pay it if someone instructs you to and you get the prize, right?
You also receive Neto. You found a solution to the Saka conundrum. Martinelli as well, since Neto is capable of playing on that side. Toney is essential nonetheless. He offers Manchester City the big, strong striker who may be problematic. He has a history of creating issues in Liverpool.
As he serves a lengthy suspension for betting infractions, Brentford’s Toney won’t be able to play until mid-January, although he has been linked with moves to Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, and Liverpool. As Saka’s concerns about injury grow, Neto, who has enjoyed a career turnaround this year, is seen as the best backup option.