Among the new issues, Arsenal is facing the difficult task of agreeing to Vlahovic’s transfer


Arsenal’s pursuit of Dušan Vlahovič could be a blow, but the move of Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Gini Wijnaldum remains alive as the transfer window approaches.

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Arsenal had already regulated their team at the beginning of the January transfer window, but talks continue to progress – with varying degrees of success – as Mikel Arteta trying to add new employees.

Ainsley Maitland-Niles was allowed to move on loan to Roma while a colleague graduated Folarin Balogun has joined Middlesbrough in an interim agreement until the end of the season.

The Gunners continue to assess their chances in attack and midfield, while they could still lose more players before the window closes as questions arise about the future of many team members, including Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Pablo Maria.

As for those who could arrive this month, among the major names being discussed this week are Dusan Vlahovic and Gini Wijnaldum, with new developments on both fronts.

Here is Mirror Football’s rounding off of the latest ace transfer news Arsenal looking to prepare for the sequel Champions League to fill.

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Wijnaldum continues to be linked to the replacement of Arsenal



He encouraged Wijnaldum to move

Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Gini Wijnaldum has been striving to achieve the desired effect since joining the French club. Liverpool over the summer, and the Dutchman was urged to move to Arsenal if he wants to benefit from more regular football.

Wijnaldum was one of many high-profile additions to the PSG team in the final season, along with similar Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos, but could not retain a regular starting spot.

Former Liverpool favorite Ian Rush has urged the 31-year-old to return Premier League if the opportunity arises, Arsenal will continue to be linked to the January attack.

“He doesn’t play regularly in Paris, but he would definitely get more time to play at Arsenal, who could use some experience to complement an already good but young side,” Rush told

He called on Vlahovic to make a statement on the future



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Dusan Vlahovic remains linked with the Gunners after rejecting a new contract with Fiorentina, and the Italian club have asked the player to clarify where he is regarding his future.

The Serb is the top scorer in Serie A this season and has also found a net as his club beat Napoli in overtime this week and advance to the Coppa Italia.

However, his team is said to have firmly insisted on a starting price of £ 60 million, despite the fact that the Gunners offered midfielder Lucas Torreiro in partial exchange, during calls from Fiorentina CEO Joe Barone, who asked Vlahovic to make a statement.

“Now we are talking about Dušan Vlahović every day. We just want to talk about the team. We have already said so much about him, we expect a response from him and his entourage about what the future holds, “Barone told Sport Mediaset via Football Italy.

Arsenal believe Juventus are targeting Aubameyang for fear of AFCON

Arsenal are convinced that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s condition is not a problem after he was expelled from Gabon for the African Cup of Nations against Ghana due to “heart lesions”.

The striker has been linked with leaving the Emirates Stadium this month after not playing for Mikel Arteta’s team for more than a month, and the Gabonese FA issued a statement after the player was released despite returning to training after a positive Covid test.

However, according to Athletic, Arsenal reportedly spoke to the Gabonese medical team and found that the absence was a precautionary measure and not something more serious.

Gabon drew 1-1 and are almost certain they will advance to the AFCON elimination stages.

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