January transfer window will be open as Clubs look to strengthen thier key areas in thier squads. The English premier league is currently at break following world cup competition ongoing at Qatar.
However, Arsenal remain league leaders five points above premier league defending champions Manchester City. Renown transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has revealed intentions of the premier league leaders boosting thier midfield in January.
Two box to box midfielders have been linked with a move to Emirates as Arsenal remain top favourites to win the premier league this season. Aston Villa's midfielder Douglas luiz move failed in lat hours of close of summer transfer window.
Nonetheless Arsenal Spanish boss, Mikel Arteta is monitoring Leicester City midfielder Youri Tielemans move this January. The Belgian playmaker has impressed and could boost artetas hopes of lifting premier league title. Shaktat Donetsk midfielder has also be lined up for a potential move in January.
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