Arsenal were defeated by Liverpool at Emirates in last night Carabao Cup second semi final leg with the 0-2 scoreline. Again Arteta saw Thomas Partey receive a red card after coming on as a substitute, and made a dangerous tackle to Klopp's player, Fabinho.
However, Gunners are aware of the possibility of both Lacazette, Nketiah and Aubameyang to exit Emirates. Either this January or at the summer break due to the fact, Lacazette and Nketiah are running down there deals.
While Aubameyang had a breach of discipline after in last month made a return to Arsenal late. From a trip abroad to see his sick mother and was then stripped of the captaincy duties.
He hasn't featured for Arsenal since then, but it's now rumoured an Arabian based club has offered Arsenal a loan option to get the 32 year old Gabon man. Still no reports on whether the Gunners have accepted the bid or not.
However Arsenal are reported to be chasing the lethal striker who plays his football with Fiorentina, Dusan Vlahovic. And ahead of Liverpool clash with Arsenal Arteta was asked on the transfers this January.
He said, "The team are working extremely hard to get the players that we want and we have no news to give you. We have a plan to try to bring players in and try to get the players we want with the right qualities and improve the squad, in the best possible way every single window. "Concluded Arteta as per the Mirror.
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