Arteta provides an update on Arsenal’s January transfer as he’s looking to bolster his squad this transfer window.
As the Gunners attempt to prolong their title challenge, Mikel Arteta has vowed that he will try to strengthen his Arsenal squad during the January transfer window.
Newcastle United held the north Londoners to a frustrating 0-0 draw on Tuesday night at The Emirates, which gave the Gunners an eight-point lead over Manchester City before the Citizens’ Thursday night trip to Chelsea FC.
Arsenal supporters anticipate their team to bolster its alternatives in January given Gabriel Jesus’ injury and the next challenging matches against Tottenham, Manchester United and Manchester City.
Shakhtar Donetsk winger Mykhailo Mudryk has been heavily linked to a transfer to The Emirates this month.
And reports in the British media this week have claimed that the player himself has said that he expects to end up at the north London club.
Arsenal boss Arteta said that the Gunners would do what they can to bolster their squad this month as they bid to sustain their impressive start to the season.
Asked about potential signings this month at his post-match news conference on Tuesday night, Arteta replied: “I don’t know, it’s a question for Edu and the board to respond.
“We are trying to improve the squad in every window. This is no different, we will do our best because we cannot waste any window with the squad numbers that we have so we shall try.”