Seven January transfers Arsenal could pull off with Mikel Arteta set to be handed window war chest – including Isco
MIKEL ARTETA is reportedly ready to spend big to reverse Arsenal's nightmare start to the season.
Languishing in 15th place of the table, the Gunners have suffered multiple disciplinary and injury issues in 2020-21.
But that could all change if some serious cash is thrown at the problem.
After a hectic summer, the club are reported by the Mail to be formulating a hefty transfer fund for next month.
A number of top stars have also been touted to come in and improve Arteta's ailing side.
Here, SunSport details seven potential stars that Arsenal may fancy bidding for.
The Spanish playmaker, 28, is perhaps the most exciting name linked to the club having fallen out of favour at Real Madrid.
Reports in Spain suggest Isco wants a fresh challenge in January although coach Zinedine Zidane will only settle for a permanent sale.
Off the back of a goal against Barcelona on the weekend, the Valencia forward could be a tempting option next month.
A powerful, dynamic striker, Gomez is reportedly available for a cut-price fee as Los Che look to balance their books.
A former Gunners youngster, the PSV Eindhoven star has become something of a regret for fans since his rapid rise.
Borussia Dortmund are said to be keen but a good bid could gazump the Germans in the race for Malen.
Ajax chief executive Edwin van der Sar is reportedly seeking a move away, potentially ousting Arsenal's current transfer chief Edu.
Such a switch could see the ex-goalkeeper turn back to his old club and signing talented teenager Gravenberch would be a huge statement to fans.
Reports earlier this month detailed the Gunners' interest in the Brighton midfielder, along with Liverpool.
An impressive campaign from Bissouma could see him make the step up and replace Granit Xhaka in Arteta's midfield.
Another one for the future, the 19-year-old has alerted Arsenal after 13 goals in 18 games this season
However, Slavia Prague reportedly want a whopping £50million for star forward Sima.
With Houssem Aouar likely off the agenda next month, Arsenal may have to get creative.
And, as a wildcard shot, Braga ace Galeno could plug their creativity gap as the Europa League's group stage assist leader.
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