Arsenal have made more room in the dressing room and freed up more wages for new players by agreeing a deal with the German Bundesliga side Hannover that will see Johan Djourouu play for them until the end of the season. Arsenal fans were probably hoping that the deal would be a permanent transfer, but if the Swiss international plays well for them it probably will become so.
The main thing is that his wages can now go elsewhere. We have already done the same with Marouane Chamakh. The Moroccan striker has joined the Premier league side West Ham, also until the end of the season. If the rumours about the imminent departure of Sebastien Squillachi are true, then Arsenal will have released a significant amount of money from the wage bill.
It would be great if we could actually sell these players, but in the current financial situation, nobody is willing to spend money on them. Both Chamakh and Djourou have been good for Arsenal in the past, but they are no good if they are not playing regularly. Hopefully they will both do well and earn themselves permanent transfers.
Good luck to them both.