Arsenal has slowly started turning things around in the Premier League as they have now won 2 games in a row. A dominant display by the youngsters last week, saw them defeat Chelsea 3-1. This week they won 1-0 against Brighton.
The Gunners had a really dreadful start to their season. They were close to relegation at a point. Now they will be hoping to continue their winning momentum and fight back to a respectable position.
Starting tomorrow, the transfer window will be a one to watch as Arsenal will definitely go in for some players to rejuvenate the team and reduce the hardship on the youngsters.
ARSENAL TO TRY A LOAN DEAL FOR ISCO:
Why Mikel Arteta has left out Mesut Ozil from the squad has kept us all wondering. Maybe if he was included, Arsenal would not have to be troubled regarding the transfers. That is not the case, so thinking about it won’t matter now.
Arsenal is in dire need of a playmaker now more than ever as their offensive stats clearly indicate their weakness. For a long time, Isco has been under their radar. He is not on proper terms with Zinedine Zidane and the Spanish club will be more than happy to offload him. He has only made 10 appearances, most of them coming off the bench.
The Gunners will not be hoping to buy any player, due to the financial restrictions. Moreover, they will be saving it for the summer window. A loan deal will be ideal as per the club’s hierarchy. According to reports, Arsenal is hoping Real Madrid to pay part of Isco wages if they were to sign him this January.
Sevilla is said to be the favourites to land him with the former Real Madrid boss, Julen Lopetegui expecting a reunion with the 28-year-old midfielder. Isco is also wanted by another Premier League club, Everton.
ARSENAL ALSO CONSIDERING A MOVE FOR DIEGO COSTA?
The 32-year-old won 2 Premier League with Chelsea and scored 58 goals during his three-and-a-half-years stay. The free agent is now considered by Arteta despite having Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nkeitah at his disposal.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are also preparing to bring him as a solution to their injured striker, Raul Jimenez. But his £270k-a-week wages will be hard for them to afford. Also, it might affect the unity of the players in the dressing room.