Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta could reportedly spend over 100 million in January

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Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta could reportedly spend over 100 million in the January transfer window. Hence, it looks like the owners will again back him.

Therefore, the spending will potentially make them the title challengers this season. They are currently first in the Premier League table.


According to reports, Arsenal owners will reportedly provide Mikel Arteta with a mega war chest of money. The report also claims that he is going to get over 100 million to spend. Hence, it clearly indicates that the owners trust the long-term planning of Arteta for the team. However, Arteta will also have to sell the players before buying new players.

This is because they need to make some space in the squad for the new players. The other thing for Arsenal is to keep the spending within the FFP rules. Hence, the Gunners will have to be smart despite the mega-budget in the January transfer budget. The report also claims that Arteta will target 3 new signings with the mega spending in January.


According to reports, Arsenal have made Mykhaylo Mudryk their main January transfer target. The player is also desperate for the move. However, Shakhtar are demanding over 80 million for their star winger. Hence, the deal will require a long round of negotiations. However, he is not the only player they are interested in. Arsenal will also try to sign Yeremy Pino from Villareal.

The report also claims that they see Pino as one of the future chances. Hence, they think January is the perfect time to sign him up. It also claims that Danilo from Palmeiras remains the main target in the midfield for Arsenal. However, the Brazilian giants will demand between 20-25 million for their midfielder. Hence, it is going to be a long January transfer window.

Therefore, the potential cost of these three players will take a total of above 100 million. However, they will provide more squad depth to this Arsenal side. Hence, the Gunners will have the chance to keep their Premier League title fight and Europa League challenge going on till the end of the season.

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