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Arsenal finally get green light to complete first January transfer as £24m deal agreed.

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Finally granted permission to conclude their first January transfer, Arsenal agrees to a £24 million deal.Arsenal may soon be able to finalize their initial January transfer, given the agreement of £24 million. The Gunners had anticipated a calm winter transfer window in terms of new acquisitions subsequent to their expenditure of £200 million in the summer to acquire Declan Rice, Kai Havertz, and Jurrien Timber.

However, Arteta’s plans for this season have been severely hampered by injuries, as both Timber and Thomas Partey, who started at full-backs in the Premier League opener against Nottingham Forest, have missed the majority of the campaign. Additionally, defensive injuries have caused the absence of several weeks for Oleksandr Zinchenko, Ben White, and Takehiro Tomiyasu.

 

Gabriel Magalhaes is the most recent player to be sidelined, and Declan Rice, who left Tuesday’s victory over Crystal Palace with a hamstring injury, is also doubtful to face Forest. “No, he was experiencing some tightness,” Arteta said of his club record signing following the encounter. “I am unsure of which muscle it was.” Nevertheless, at 3-0, it is evident that we do not wish to take any risks, given his assessment.Regarding the international from Brazil, he further stated, “The identical holds true for the enormous Gabi.” “He was experiencing some discomfort and difficulty due to a tackle in the first half; therefore, it was appropriate to remove him from the field at that time.” Although the arrival of a new defender in the coming days is undoubtedly the top priority, it does not seem likely that Arsenal will be compelled to make a hasty transfer.Sacha Boey, a standout for Galatasaray, was a summertime acquisition for Arsenal and has been linked with a move this month. This time around, however, Bayern Munich has shown the most interest, and after fraught negotiations, a €29 million (£24.8 million) transfer for Boey has been finalized.

 

The German champions had been in talks earlier in the transfer window to sign Nordi Mukiele on loan from Paris Saint-Germain; however, that move now appears improbable. Due to PSG’s unequivocal position regarding the Frenchman’s temporary release, Arsenal have been presented with an ideal opportunity to acquire his services for the remainder of the current campaign.As previously reported by football.london at the beginning of the month, Arsenal are seeking loan transactions during the January transfer window in order to compensate for the absence and injury of players. Moreover, it appears that one of these opportunities is currently presented to them in Mukiele.

 

 

Arsenal would be assuming no risk by signing the 26-year-old provided they can reach a contract with PSG that would allow him to return this summer. In addition to Timber’s return, his arrival would furnish much-required assistance to Tomiyasu, Zinchenko, and Partey, all of whom have endured vexing injuries in the previous year.

 

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