Phrase stemming from the media during the last 24 hours has offered an perception into the most recent switch plans of Premier League giants Arsenal.

Liverpool lesson

The marketing campaign thus far has after all confirmed one thing of a combined one on the crimson half of north London.

On the again of a dismal opening few weeks, which noticed them glued to the foot of the Premier League desk owing to a trio of successive defeats, the Gunners subsequently launched into an altogether spectacular 10-game unbeaten run throughout all competitions.

Such efforts have even seen Mikel Arteta’s males climb again into the thick of the battle for Champions League soccer within the English top-flight.

LONDON, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 07: Bukayo Saka of Arsenal celebrates with goalscorer Emile Smith Rowe throughout the Premier League match between Arsenal and Watford at Emirates Stadium on November 7, 2021 in London, England. (Picture by Visionhaus/Getty Photos)

This previous weekend, within the membership’s first outing on the again of the worldwide break, nevertheless, Arsenal have been introduced crashing firmly again right down to earth.

A visit to Anfield to tackle high-flying Liverpool finally noticed Arteta and co. put to the sword by 4 targets to nil, in a well timed reminder of the hole that continues to be between themselves and the true elite of English soccer.

‘An necessary striker’

In flip, it mustn’t come as an enormous shock to listen to that, over the times since, hypothesis has begun to mount surrounding the plans of these able of energy on the Emirates on the subject of reinforcing the membership’s enjoying squad.

And now, as alluded to above, an perception into exactly which space of the pitch the Gunners are hopeful of strengthening throughout the January switch window has been offered.

The data comes courtesy of switch skilled Fabrizio Romano, who, throughout an interview with The Arsenal Lounge, confirmed {that a} new striker could be very a lot on the agenda in north London:

‘From what I’m advised the precedence for Arsenal, in (the) final days of the summer season window and in January or subsequent summer season if it received’t be January is a striker.’

‘They wish to signal an necessary striker, they know they want an necessary striker so the mission is to get one.’

Romano continued:

‘They have been making an attempt for Lautaro Martinez in the summertime nevertheless it was actually sophisticated to signal him, nearly not possible.’

‘Then they have been making an attempt for Tammy Abraham, who was an alternative choice however then he joined Roma. They all the time wished this type of striker and they’re engaged on this.’

‘I count on Arsenal to signal a brand new striker however I don’t know if they may be capable of do it in January as a result of the January switch window is rarely straightforward.’

Arsenal’s January switch precedence revealed amid talks for Inter star Lautaro Martinez.https://t.co/KMHnYSK7S3

— soccer.london (@Football_LDN) November 24, 2021

 

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Premier League desk

#
Staff
MP
D
P
1
Chelsea FC
12
26
29
2
Manchester Metropolis
12
19
26
3
Liverpool FC
12
24
25
4
West Ham United
12
9
23
5
Arsenal FC
12
-4
20
6
Wolverhampton Wanderers
12
0
19
7
Tottenham Hotspur
12
-6
19
8
Manchester United
12
-1
17
9
Brighton & Hove Albion
12
-2
17
10
Crystal Palace
12
1
16
11
Everton FC
12
-3
15
12
Leicester Metropolis
12
-5
15
13
Southampton FC
12
-3
14
14
Brentford FC
12
-1
13
15
Aston Villa
12
-4
13
16
Watford FC
12
-4
13
17
Leeds United
12
-8
11
18
Burnley FC
12
-6
9
19
Norwich Metropolis
12
-20
8
20
Newcastle United
12
-12
6

Participant
Staff
Objectives
Salah, Mohamed
Liverpool FC
11
Vardy, Jamie
Leicester Metropolis
7
Mane, Sadio
Liverpool FC
7
Antonio, Michail
West Ham United
6
Jota, Diogo
Liverpool FC
5
Cornet, Maxwel
Burnley FC
5
Raphinha
Leeds United
5
Sarr, Ismaila
Watford FC
5
Dennis, Emmanuel
Watford FC
4
James, Reece
Chelsea FC
4
Fernandes, Bruno
Manchester United
4
Gallagher, Conor
Crystal Palace
4
Ronaldo, Cristiano
Manchester United
4
King, Joshua
Watford FC
4
Smith-Rowe, Emile
Arsenal FC
4
Benteke, Christian
Crystal Palace
4
Aubameyang, Pierre-Emerick
Arsenal FC
4
Son, Heung Min
Tottenham Hotspur
4
Zaha, Wilfried
Crystal Palace
4
Firmino, Roberto
Liverpool FC
4
Participant
Staff
Purple Playing cards
Yellow Playing cards
Dennis, Emmanuel
Watford FC
0
6
Pogba, Paul
Manchester United
1
4
Westwood, Ashley
Burnley FC
0
5
Tarkowski, James
Burnley FC
0
5
Richarlison
Everton FC
0
5
Laporte, Aymeric
Manchester Metropolis
1
4
Skipp, Oliver
Tottenham Hotspur
0
5
Wilson, Callum
Newcastle United
0
4
Rice, Declan
West Ham United
0
4
Ritchie, Matt
Newcastle United
0
4
McGinn, John
Aston Villa
0
4
Moreno, Rodrigo
Leeds United
0
4
Norgaard, Christian
Brentford FC
0
4
Mings, Tyrone
Aston Villa
0
4
Normann, Mathias
Norwich Metropolis
0
4
Cooper, Liam
Leeds United
0
4
Duffy, Shane
Brighton & Hove Albion
0
4
Lascelles, Jamaal
Newcastle United
0
4
Shaw, Luke
Manchester United
0
4
Veltman, Joel
Brighton & Hove Albion
0
4
Participant
Staff
Assists
Salah, Mohamed
Liverpool FC
7
Pogba, Paul
Manchester United
7
Alexander-Arnold, Trent
Liverpool FC
6
Dennis, Emmanuel
Watford FC
5
Jesus, Gabriel
Manchester Metropolis
5
Kovacic, Mateo
Chelsea FC
5
James, Reece
Chelsea FC
4
Doucoure, Abdoulaye
Everton FC
4
Bowen, Jarrod
West Ham United
4
Antonio, Michail
West Ham United
3
Fernandes, Bruno
Manchester United
3
Gallagher, Conor
Crystal Palace
3
Saint-Maximin, Allan
Newcastle United
3
Benrahma, Mentioned
West Ham United
3
Lowton, Matthew
Burnley FC
3
Rice, Declan
West Ham United
3
Ritchie, Matt
Newcastle United
3
Westwood, Ashley
Burnley FC
3
Cancelo, Joao
Manchester Metropolis
3
Ronaldo, Cristiano
Manchester United
2

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