Arsenal made it two wins in a row with a 1-0 victory over Leeds United in the FA Cup but the performance was far from vintage and shows that Mikel Arteta still has work to do.
With the January transfer window open for business, Arsenal could look to the market to improve their ranks ahead of the second half of the season following a disappointing period over the last few months.
Arteta has already started to make an impression on the field and will now look to do the same off it, working with Raul Sanllehi and Edu for new signings.
As a result, plenty of rumours continue to float around and we have gathered some of the latest snippets regarding the Gunners below.
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Rabiot confirms Juventus stay
Adrien Rabiot has brought an end to transfer speculation by stating that he will stay at Juventus despite ongoing links regarding a move to Arsenal and Manchester United.
The France international has struggled for consistent playing time in Maurizio Sarri’s side but played the entirety of the club’s recent victory over Cagliari, confirming after the game he will say in Turin.
“I feel the confidence of the club and of coach Sarri. 2019 was not easy for me, I came to Juve after a long time without playing.
“I’m looking to adapt to a new league, a new environment and a new coach. I hope 2020 will be better for me and be able to help Juventus by exploiting my full potential.
“I’m ready to adapt and play where the team will need me. When I arrived, I hadn’t been playing for a long time, now I am finding the rhythm.”
Despite Rabiot’s comments, Everton have emerged as potential suitors, with Corriere dello Sport saying Carlo Ancelotti wants to sign him on loan.
Inter Milan want Kolasinac
Inter Milan have revived their interest in Sead Kolasinac and Antonio Conte is looking to bring the Arsenal full-back to the San Siro this month, TuttoMercatoWeb states.
The Serie A side are in the market for a left-sided defender and have been attributed with an interest in Chelsea pair Marcos Alonso and Emerson Palmieri.
However, with the Blues reportedly hacking a huge asking price upon the players, Inter are looking elsewhere and have reignited their interest in Kolasinac.
The report states that Inter watched Kolasinac in action during the victory over Manchester United in the Premier League last week, where the Bosnia international made his return from injury.
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