Arsenal's start has been impressive considering how bad they were last season, but not without minor setbacks, the most recent of which were losses to Liverpool and Manchester United, which prevented them from leapfrogging West Ham to fourth place.
Many were unsure what to expect from the Gunners in terms of reinforcements in the upcoming transfer window after their high spending last summer, but Arteta has revealed what to expect. In a recent interview with the media, Arteta revealed:
"We are in discussions. We have talks every week about it, how we can improve the team, and what things can happen in the January transfer window that can affect our squad.
"As you know, we have certain players with a little bit of uncertainty in the summer, so we have to plan what’s going to happen now and what’s going to happen in the summer.
"A lot has to be done, we know, and we don’t expect big things to be happening, but we need to be very alert in the market to see if we can improve the team. "
According to Arteta's revelation, Arsenal appear to be in safe hands, and despite the uncertainty surrounding the futures of Nketiah, Lacazette, and Elneny, as well as Thomas Partey's expected absence in January when he represents Ghana at the AFCON, Arsenal may be able to find capable replacements in the January window as they fight for European spots for next season.
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