Arsenal open talks to sign Lucas Moura

Arsenal have fallen behind in the race for the Premier League title and in order to get their pursuit of the English crown back in order, the Gunners are expected to strengthen their squad during the current January transfer window with a couple of signings.

A host of names have been linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium in recent times and now according to reports from Italian outlet TuttoMercato, claims have been made that Arsenal have opened talks over a surprise swoop for Paris-Saint Germain star Lucas Moura.

Moura is undoubtedly one of the most exciting attacking players in Europe at the moment and it is believed that Arsenal are hopeful of luring the 24-year-old Brazilian international to North London, with his contract at Paris ending in 2019.


Sources ‘confirm’ Arsenal working on a deal to sign Sead Kolasinac

The futures of a number of first team members of the Arsenal squad has been put into question recently due to their contractual status and one of the players who has widely been touted to leave the Emirates Stadium is Kieran Gibbs.

In the event that Gibbs indeed departs, Arsenal will surely have to bring in a replacement and if reports from Italian outlet TuttoMercato are to be believed the Gunners are already working on a move for Bosnian international Sead Kolasinac and are keen on signing the 23-year-old on a free transfer next summer as his current deal with Schalke runs out in 2017.


Arsenal eyeing a move for another obscure name

Arsenal surprised many recently by making unknown youngster Cohen Bramall their first signing of the January transfer window and it has now been claimed that the Premier League side are plotting a move to recruit another relatively obscure name.

According to reports from the Sun, revelations has been made that Arsenal are keeping tabs on AFC Wimbledon defender Toby Sibbick and the Gunners could sign the highly-rated 17-year-old defender this month despite him not having made a single first team appearance so far.

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