Arsenal have been struggling for form this season, having won only a meagre of four games in eight, but their manager, Arsene Wenger believes that his men have been the best away from home, while speaking to the press ahead of the Leicester clash.

Of the four wins, three were registered when the Gunners were the visitors. The Frenchman admitted the difficulty in not playing at Emirates Stadium, but went on to pat his own shoulder for their decent away record, lauding the mental qualities of his side.

Arsenal have entered a skirmish with fellow Londoners in Chelsea and Tottenham for the signature of Luka Jovic, who has been a revelation in Serbia this season, according to reports from the Portuguese media.

The 17-year-old has already managed to net three goals in eight games for Red Star Belgrade and his rise in prominence has brought him to the attention of European heavyweights Benfica, who are closely monitoring his progress.

Arsenal may be able to complete the loan signing of Simone Zaza in the upcoming transfer window after failing to bring him down to Emirates Stadium from Juventus on deadline day this summer, according to Italian news outlet Gazzetta dello Sport.

The Italian international completed his Juventus switch only this season moving from Sassuolo, but Massimiliano Allegri does not seem to be the biggest fan of the striker as he has been spotted on the bench more often than not. The 24-year-old, however; gave his manager a reason to think of his name before naming the starting eleven as he scored his side's only goal in the 1-1 draw with Frosinone yesterday.

Arsenal could complete the transfer of Demarai Gray on a cut-price deal next summer, despite Birmingham turning down more lucrative offers only recently, according to recent reports appearing in the British tabloids.

The English youth international has been a subject of interest from European heavyweights in Liverpool and Bayern Munich following his meteoric rise in prominence, but it was Bournemouth, who saw their £5million bid turned down by the Blues.

Mathieu Flamini guided his side to victory in a fiery north London derby with two impeccable goals, but English tabloid Mail now reports that his contribution to the progress of the club in the Capital One Cup will be overlooked when Arsene Wenger decides upon his future next summer.

The former AC Milan midfielder rejoined the Gunners two seasons ago but has never reciprocated the performances, which earned him plaudits in his first tenure. Eventually, he has now fallen down the pecking order, with Francis Coquelin and Mikel Arteta always given the nod ahead of him.