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Start: 30 January 2023 / 20:00h
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We include all of Arsenal’s completed transactions and the players linked to moves into and out of the Emirates since the winter transfer window started on January 1.
After having two bids for Moises Caicedo rejected by Brighton, Arsenal is still looking to add reinforcements in the dying hours of the transfer window, with the midfield being the foremost priority.
According to the opinion, Brighton would need to rethink their position before Arsenal would even think about making another bid for the player.
In the FA Cup loss against Manchester City, Thomas Partey left the game with a rib injury.
However, the damage is not believed to be significant, and it is anticipated that he will return shortly. The length of Mohamed Elneny’s absence due to his knee injury is unknown.
Although Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, would want to add to his team before the transfer season closes, he is happy with his current pool of choices.
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Brighton would have collected a record transfer price if The Gunners’ second offer of £70 million had been accepted.
After the Gunners’ original £60 million bid for Caicedo was turned down.
The Colombian international begged Brighton to let him go and sign with the Premier League’s top team in a post on social media.
Following his Instagram post, Caicedo was informed that he was not permitted to practice with the Seagulls until beyond Tuesday’s transfer deadline.
Despite just last week telling Brighton’s official website that he was only interested in his present team.
Caicedo wants to continue with Brighton until the end of the season, but head coach Roberto De Zerbi believes the team is “ready to move forward without him.”
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According to The Athletic, Gabriel Martinelli and Arsenal have reached a new deal that will last until the summer of 2027.
The Brazilian’s current contract expires in the summer of 2024.
Still, according to the source, the 21-year-old has consented to new conditions to prolong his time at the Emirates Stadium, and the draft agreement is finalized.
The attacker has stood out for the Premier League’s top team this season, scoring seven goals in 26 appearances across all competitions.
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According to The Times, Real Sociedad has informed Arsenal that they must meet Martin Zubimendi’s £52.8 million release clause if they want to acquire the midfielder this month.
After Mohamed Elneny suffered a knee injury, Mikel Arteta is looking to add a central midfielder before the transfer market ends on Tuesday.
According to the source, Sociedad knows Arsenal’s potential interest in Zubimendi.
Still, the Spanish club is confident they will be able to hold onto the 23-year-old at least through the conclusion of the current campaign.
To get Arsenal defender Cedric Soares as their second loan, Fulham is investigating how they may turn Shane Duffy’s loan from Brighton into a permanent arrangement.
One choice is to buy out the remaining six months of his Brighton contract and offer him a temporary, permanent agreement at Craven Cottage until the summer.
Duffy has shown interest in taking a loan to play more games somewhere.
Since joining Fulham on loan until the end of the season in the summer, he has scarcely featured, although Sky Sports News knows no firm bids have yet arrived.
To complete the loan of Soares from Arsenal, which was initially agreed upon by the two clubs and the Portugal right-back, Fulham must find a solution to the Duffy conundrum.
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Moises Caicedo: Arsenal’s pursuit of Caicedo won’t prevent them from trying to sign Declan Rice in the summer, as the club wants to add both players to Mikel Arteta’s squad (Daily Telegraph, January 29);
Caicedo is thinking about submitting a transfer request to force a last-minute move to Arsenal or Chelsea (Daily Mail, January 28);
Arsenal has made a £60 million bid for Caicedo, but the offer is expected (Sky Sports, January 27).
Martin Zubimendi – Real Sociedad has informed Arsenal that if they want to sign the midfielder this month, they must meet Martin Zubimendi’s £52.8 million release clause (The Times, January 26).
Ivan Fresneda: Arsenal has countered Real Valladolid’s $13 million offer for the defender, and the 18-year-old will decide the following day what he wants to do; (Daily Mail, January 24);
England and Germany are interested in the 17-year-old Real Vallodolid right-back, and Arsenal is keeping an eye on his status (Sky Sports News, January 18)
Amadou Onana – By outbidding Chelsea for Everton midfielder Amadou Onana, Arsenal might exact the ideal kind of retaliation on the Blues for their acquisition of Mykhailo Mudryk earlier this month.
Eduardo Camavinga of Real Madrid is a midfielder that Arsenal is interested in signing on a surprise loan (The Evening Standard, January 20).
Declan Rice: Rice has been gushing about Arsenal to his West Ham teammates ever since news broke that the Gunners were interested in bringing him to the Emirates in the summer (Daily Express, January 21);
Arsenal is considering taking a chance and using their transfer budget in January to try and raise money to sign West Ham midfielder Rice in the summer (Daily Star, January 19);
Rice has been identified as the club’s top target this summer, and they are becoming more and more confident (The Times, January 17).
After passing on Mykhailo Mudryk, Arsenal has moved its focus to Dusan Vlahovic (The Sun, January 17).
Raphinha – According to sources (Daily Mail, January 17), Barcelona is willing to sell Raphinha during the January transfer window, but only if the prospective buyer is willing to spend £100m for his services;
Arsenal could get a second chance to capture Barcelona striker Raphinha after missing out on the Brazil star during the summer transfer window;
Raphinha has reportedly shown no interest in leaving Barcelona for a return to the Premier League with Arsenal (Daily Express, January 16). (Daily Express, January 12).
Arsenal wants Facundo Torres. As he waits for further negotiations, Torres has revealed that the Gunners have contacted him regarding a deal (Evening Standard, January 17).
Victor Osimhen: According to rumors, Manchester United, Arsenal, and Newcastle will compete to sign Osimhen from Napoli (The Sun, January 17).
Jeremy Pino and Moussa Diaby – Arsenal has been left biting their wounds with Mykhailo Mudryk seemingly likely to join rivals Chelsea and might return to Pino and Diaby of Villarreal and Bayer Leverkusen, respectively, who were summer targets (Sunday Express, January 15).
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