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Arsenal have three players they can buy for cheap

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English Premier League outfit Arsenal are not having the best of time at the moment as they failed to have the best of the season.

Manager Mikel Arteta has been placed under pressure and has admitted to being having tough times despite not scared to lose his job as Arsenal boss.

He stated that he is unhappy to be having poor results.

Mikel Arteta was active in the last transfer market as the Gunners brought in Willian, Gabriel Magalhaes, and Thomas Partey.

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The presence of these players are yet to produce results and that is becoming more frustrating to the fans as well.

It is now evident that there is a need for a creative touch in the Gunners team as earlier suggested by pundits and former players and there are a number of options available to the North London outfit but we want to put a spotlight on those that would be available for cheap.

French Ligue 1 outfit Lyon midfielder Houssem Aouar is a top target for Arsenal but he is too expensive to bargain, for a fee of £60 million.

However, the following players are available for the North London outfit at a cheaper fee.

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Dominik Szoboszlai

Dominik Szoboszlai is the best player the North London outfit can have because of his age.

He is available for a cheap price of £23 million. The Red Bull Salzburg star will make a huge difference in Mikel Arteta’s  struggling team, and also he has the ability to solve the goal drought currently experienced by the team. Arsenal is currently below the top four team, and the recruitment of Dominic Szoboszlai will be a win for the club.

Jack Wilshere

The former England international might be far from being at his best and has not been stable with any club since he left the Emirates Stadium.

He was recently signed by Bournemouth. The fact that he is opened to a return to the Emirates Stadium makes it an easy one and an opportunity to revive his career.

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“Listen, you never know. I’m an Arsenal man. There’s nothing, I’ve not spoken to anyone or anything but that would be the dream.

“I’m not stupid to know that there’s probably no chance of it happening but I’m an Arsenal man, I love the club and want to see the club do well.” Jack Wilshere recently stated.

Christian Eriksen

This is another option for the Gunners as he has recently made a move to Inter Milan, the Danish international could be available to Arsenal for a cut-price. He will be available for at least £12 million which is affordable by the North London club.

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Journalist confirms one deal Arsenal will definitely strike in January

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Charles Watts has confirmed that Arsenal will attempt bro bring in a midfielder in the January winter transfer window.

Manager Mikel Arteta has already made it clear that the club will attempt to make some signings in January so as to add depth to the squad.

Reports claim that the Gunners will attempt to bring in a midfielder and a winger with Shakhtar Donetsk winger, Myhaylo Mudryk, Leicester City midfielder Youri Tielemans and Palmeries star Danilo all linked.

Watts has now confirmed that the North London outfit have a serious interest in Danilo. He said on his YouTube channel.

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“I believe Arsenal did actually make a bid for him towards the end of the summer transfer window and were told in no uncertain terms: look, it’s not happening now.

“Now, that may well change in January because Palmeiras are in a position now where they can start looking at accepting offers, potentially, and Arsenal will be doing a lot of groundwork when it comes to him.

“They’ve been talking to the club, been talking to their representatives for a long, long time. Everyone kind of knows where everyone stands in that situation, but it’s just a case [of] firming up that interest.”

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Arsenal, United target told the club he should join

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Should Arsenal and Man United target Cody Gakpo listen to the advice of former Liverpool forward Ryan Babel, he would be heading to the Anfield to join the Reds.

This is as Babel urged the in-form forward to join Liverpool if he to make a choice.

Although, the former Liverpool star noted that Arsenal would be a perfect choice to make at the moment.

Babel believes Gakpo needs to take a range of factors into consideration when deciding his next club.

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He told The Athletic: ‘You see him linked to clubs in England, such as Manchester United. Everyone has the right price so let’s see how he develops in the tournament. He has shown enough quality that he is ready for the next step, whether it’s in January or next summer.

‘As a Liverpool fan, I would tell him to go to Liverpool if they make an approach! Arsenal would also be an incredible team for him, with the current manager and the project that they’re building. He has to follow his heart.

‘When you are a young Dutch player, it is flattering to be linked to big clubs in England, but going from the Dutch league to the Premier League is a big step. Not every player is able to adapt and able to survive in the Premier League.

‘There are a lot of players who are written as the next star, then they go to the Premier League and they can’t cope. Dutch mentality is different to English mentality, and you have to learn a new set of rules.

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‘In terms of pace, physicality, and the different game styles both you and the opponent will play week-to-week. Also the travelling, the preparation, it’s a lot to deal with.

‘When I went to Liverpool in my twenties it was like a whole new world opened. In Holland, when I was at Ajax I still lived at home with my parents and then not only was I living abroad but living by myself too.

‘It was hard not to lag behind, learning the rules of Liverpool and the English culture and the Premier League as a whole. If I was to advise Gakpo, I would say, “Choose your next club based on their style of playing.”

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Arsenal, United told how much they will now pay for target who’s firing at the World Cup

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Former Chelsea star Joe Cole has given Arsenal and Man United a hint of how much they will have to pay to sign PSV star Cody Gakpo.

Gakpo has been on the list of the two Premier League sides for the past months but with his firing form with Netherlands at the World Cup, he is tipped to have increased in value.

Joe Cole, however noted that the forward would be worth the investment.

‘He has [put his name out there],’ Cole told ITV following Netherlands’ 2-0 win over Qatar.

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‘I know there have been scouts watching him, he has come to the tournament and he is fearless. Great movement for the goal and fantastic finishing. He is going to be on everyone’s wish list.

Asked by former Netherlands international Nigel de Jong if he would pay £80m for Gakpo, Cole added: ‘I would, 100 per cent.

‘Because he’s young, we know there is value in youth, if he doesn’t quite work out you are going to cut your losses elsewhere but he looks like the real deal.

‘I know it’s Qatar, I know it’s not one of the strongest nations but against Ecuador he scored, against Senegal he scored, he is affects the game and players who affect the game, that is where the value is.

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‘I really like him, I have liked what I have seen at PSV and I am pretty sure there will be some offers on the door at PSV in January.’

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Gabriel Jesus sends message to critics before return from World Cup

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Gabriel Jesus has told his critics that his lack of goals in recent games should not be something to worry about.

This is as he assured that he will score goals when he returns from the World Cup with Brazil in Qatar.

The former Man City star who spearheaded Arsenal’s resurgence this season, has just five league goals to his name and he is yet to score since October 1st.

Speaking to Apostagolos after Brazil’s 1-0 win over Switzerland on Monday evening, Jesus insisted that his lack of goals did not matter, saying: ‘Of course I’m the player who should score every now and then, I’m here for the goals.

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‘When I’m on the field I try to score, but I also try to help. When we win, I’m happy too. To be honest, I’m not thinking about that. If I get a chance, I’ll score. I’m sure.

‘No, I don’t think [my finishing is a problem]. We can talk about finishing, but the most appropriate thing is to talk about the chances I had. It’s different football here and at Arsenal.

‘Even though I had a few chances and I lost, I’m sure it’s not about submitting. I started the season so well and nobody was asking about it. But it’s not a problem. I’ll kick the ball into the net soon and I won’t stop again.’

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Arsenal told the player that can help them save millions from signing Youri Tielemans

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Arsenal have been told that they have a youngster who can deliver good performance and there will be no need to sign Leicester City midfielder Youri Tielemans with millions again.

The Gunners have a need for a midfielder as they want to press for the Premier League title and have identified Youri Tielemans as a good fit.

However, the Gunners have an option in Catalin Cirjan who is impressing for the U21s this season, with Mehmet Ali’s side sitting top of Premier League 2.

The Romanian youth international, aged 19 has been in brilliant form this season and has recently offered a goalscoring threat from midfield.

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He has now added goal scoring to his game, scoring two goals on Saturday in a 4-1 win over Swansea, and also netted in a 2-1 win over Monaco and 3-1 win over Everton.

Writing on Instagram after the victory over Swansea at the weekend, the youngster said: “4-1 win against Swansea. Happy to score 2 goals!” Cirjan is highly thought of at Arsenal and was named on the bench for four of the Gunners’ Europa League group stage fixtures.

The highly-rated young Romanian midfielder joined the Gunners from Vitorul Domnesti in July 2019 he is expected to called upon for a first team duty anytime soon.

He is versatile to be able to fit in as either a No.10 or a central midfielder, Cirjan is still getting back to his best after suffering his second serious knee injury of his career in April 2021.

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Howbeit, the decision is left for manager Mikel Arteta to make.

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Pundit reveals ‘secret’ talks between Shakhtar Donetsk and Arsenal

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CBS Sports journalist Ben Jacobs has revealed that the talks held secretly between Arsenal and Shakhtar Donetsk over the signing of Mykhaylo Mudryk is different from what is being reported.

According to him, Shakhtar Donetsk have been reported to be asking for a fee within the region of £100 million but Private talks between both parties say otherwise.

He Arsenal could bring in Mykhaylo Mudryk for £56m, despite recent report by The Athletic that Mudryk has an £88m price tag slapped on him by his current employers, Shakhtar Donetsk.

Meanwhile, Fabrizio Romano has suggested that the Gunners have had ‘very positive’ discussions with the player’s representatives.

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Ben Jacobs told GiveMeSport: “There is some gamesmanship going on here. Publicly, Shakhtar are starting to say €100m, but privately, I’m told by sources at the club that €60-65m is a viable number that they might consider selling Mudryk for.

“That’s good news from Arsenal and other suitors’ perspectives that his price has risen, but not quite to €100m – at least not privately, despite what Shakhtar may say in public.

“We wait and see whether clubs feel that is market value or whether they try and play hardball. If they do leave it until the summer, there’s a chance that the price will go down a little bit further.”

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Kevin Campbell expresses optimism as Arsenal set to sign Chelsea star

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Arsenal are reported to be on the verge of signing Chelsea star Christian Pulisic as the player seems to be out of favour at the Champions League.

This report has been reacted to by Kevin Campbell when he spoke to The Highbury Squad.

He said that Christian Pulisic has not been a difference-maker during his Premier League career

The 24-year-old is heading into the final 18 months of his contract and it is suggested that the Blues are willing to part ways.

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Campbell therefore said Pulisic may be a good signing for Arsenal – though he admitted that he would have a point to prove.

“I think he’s a good player,” he told The Highbury Squad. “But you mention all the stuff he’s done, he wasn’t a starter at Chelsea. He was a bit-part player.

“I think he’s a really good player. Don’t get me wrong. But he wasn’t the difference maker at Chelsea in those games. He showed his qualities against England. I know England were poor, but I thought the USA did really well. I thought he showed that he can play at the highest level, that’s for sure.

“And with Mikel Arteta’s coaching, we might be able to get even more out of him.”

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Clear warning sent to Arsenal over this Liverpool, City target

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Arsenal have been sent clear warning that the best teams in Europe are watching Bukayo Saka and will make an attempt to snap him up if he is not tied with a new deal.

The club legend Ray Parlour stressed that with his impressive performance at the World Cup, “the best teams” will be after Saka.

“A lot of clubs will be very interested in Saka because he’s been playing so well,” Parlour told 888 Sport (via Daily Star).

“I think Arsenal are trying to do a deal at the moment and hopefully they can get him signed up. In fact, there’s a few players who need signing up – William Saliba, Gabriel Martinelli, and Saka.

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“But Emile Smith-Rowe has just signed and I hope Saka looks at it and thinks: ‘we are building something, we can be successful and I want to be a part of that.’

“If he doesn’t sign there will be lots of clubs interested because he’s such a good little player – but that’s football. The best teams will always be interested in the best players.

“We had it during my time, with Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp. But when you start to become successful as a team why would he want to leave?”

Parlour has also suggested that Saka is “not fazed by big occasions”.

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“We’ve all seen what he’s done for England at this World Cup,” Parlour added.

“He’s not fazed by the big occasions, and he’s been brilliant since he first broke through into the Arsenal team.

“Mikel Arteta obviously has a role for Saka on that right-hand side and he’s very effective there but he’s also very versatile and can play any position.

“I’m sure every Arsenal fan will celebrate when he signs that new contract.”

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