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Arsenal transfer rumours: Gunners will listen to Granit Xhaka offers, Eric Garcia blow

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta will be wanting to add to his squad in January following their poor start to the season.

The Gunners have suffered their worst start to a campaign since the 1981/82 season, and with the mid-season window on the horizon, Arteta could look to add to his squad.

It was a busy summer for the club, with a host of new signings arriving at the Emirates Stadium, but if rumours are to be believed, then they could be set for even more signings very soon.

Here is a round-up of the latest Arsenal-related transfer stories and rumours.

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Arsenal willing to let Xhaka leave

Arsenal are open to selling midfielder Granit Xhaka in January, according to a report from Eurosport.

The article claims that Xhaka does not fit in with Arteta’s plans at the Gunners, and they could be looking to sell the Switzerland international.

The 28-year-old’s future at the Emirates is now in doubt, and ‘serious offers’ will reportedly be considered by the Arsenal board.

Xhaka has played nine times in the Premier League under Arteta this season, but is yet to be directly involved in a goal.

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Barca rush Garcia deal

Barcelona are trying to rush through a deal to sign Manchester City defender Eric Garcia, according to the Mirror (via HITC ).

Garcia has been linked with a move to Arsenal recently, with the City centre-back seemingly reluctant to sign a new deal at the Etihad Stadium.

There have been reports recently that the Gunners were looking at signing the 19-year-old, but their hopes may have been hampered by the latest developments.

Spanish giants Barca have already tried to re-sign their former defender, but they saw a £5.5million bid rejected by City, and they’re now expected to up their offer to £7.2m this week.

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