The Gunners are reported to have talks with Facundo Torres' representatives over a transfer in January.
After conducting a successful transfer business in the summer, the Gunners have made a plan for the next transfer in January.
Players including Manuel Locatelli and Ruben Neves are in Arteta's list. Although Arsenal have achieved a lot this season, the management still wants to strengthen the squad so that they may end up in the UEFA Champions League next season.
According to arsenal-mania.com, the representatives of Facundo Torres will fly to London on 4th November to negotiate the possible transfer of the Orlando City midfielder to Fly Emirates Stadium.
During a pre-season game with The Gunners, Facundo Torres managed to score a goal against Arsenal a game that ended 3-1 in favour of Arsenal. Since that appearance, Torres has played 16 games scoring 8 goals and making 6 assists. Torres joined Orlando City in January this year for £7.75 million and this will not be costly to the North London team if Arteta goes for him. Torres addition to Arteta's squad will make the team more stronger after world cup.
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