Arsenal fans can almost be certain that Arteta will sign a winger to complement Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli in the winter. This season, the Arsenal wingers have dazzled; Saka has 4 goals and 6 assists, while Matinelli has 5 goals and 2 assists. You'd think that with such impressive numbers, Arsenal's wingers are well taken care of. However, Arteta believes that he needs to bring in another top winger to cover for Saka or Martinelli when they are injured or through squad rotation.
You're probably wondering who Arsenal could sign. According to HITC, Arsenal could sign Ghanaian winger Mohammed Kudus. After a spirited performance against South Korea, the Ajax man apparently caught Arteta's eye, and the Gunners have inquired about what they need to know to bring him on board.
Arsenal have a good chance of bringing the 22-year-old to the Premier League, but they may have to fight for him, as Newcastle and Tottenham are also interested. Ajax could demand £30 million to release him.
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