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Arsenal transfer contact over Di Maria denied by Real Madrid

No bid for Di Maria from Arsenal! by Ash

The transfer window may not be open yet but with the Christmas period soon to hit the big day and with January just around the corner, the transfer rumours are beginning to warm up and for Arsenal there are some very interesting results.

Is Lavezzi the striker Arsenal need to help Giroud?

Is Lavezzi a potential Arsenal target? by Ash

A few days back Arsenal were linked with a top class player in a transfer rumour that hasn’t entirely gone away since and such speculation has led to some speculation, wondering if this is a deal that Arsene Wenger could realistically pull off in January.

Paris St. Germain forward Ezequiel Lavezzi has been linked with a move away from France following on from the player’s amount of game time in the league this season. Such rumours have also linked him with the Premier League where he is yet to be tested, according to a few sources including Sky Sports.

Who are the players that Arsenal need to sign in January?

January transfer window by Rory

Arsenal are achieving their goal at the moment, sitting at top of the league with that 2 point gap ahead of Liverpool, whilst Man City, Tottenham and Man United are all 5+ points behind us. However we all know that we are lacking in squad depth. When we were losing against Man Utd our bench provided us with Bendtner…. Yes it had Gnabry but were there any other subs that would have made a huge difference?

Arsenal transfer news goes Ballistic with Ozil, Suarez, Di Maria and many more

Arsenal seem to have saved everything up for a big finish. After a vital victory in the north London derby, and the final confirmation of Gareth Bale’s transfer from Tottenham to Real Madrid, the floodgates have opened according to the media.

The transfer war chest that Arsenal fans have been waiting to get a glimpse of all summer, could soon be in full view, because the usually reliable Telegraph would have us believe that the Gunners are ready to splurge around £80 million.

Arsenal transfer rumours – Di Maria, Ozil and Suarez back on

Let me just say before I start that these Arsenal transfer rumours are just that, rumours. Here at Just Arsenal we have received these from a source apparently with contacts in the club, but I must reiterate that we cannot confirm the authenticity of them. However, the same source did tell us about the club preparing the announcement of the Flamini signing a day before it hit the papers or was confirmed by the club.

Arsenal still optimistic despite Real Madrid stars’ vow to stay put

Ozil and Di Maria join Benzema’s stance by Ash

Arsenal have held an interest in a lot of players over the course of this summer transfer window. The main players to stand out recently have come from one club, Real Madrid. Madrid is a club full of world class talent that would arguably get into any team no matter the stature. So for Arsenal to be linked and possibly trying to get these players shows ambition from Wenger, in a summer that for most of the time he has seemingly been anything but active in the market.

Arsenal get some encouragement on Real Madrid stars but must move FAST

Arsenal’s chance of signings from Real Madrid by Stefan

In the past few days Arsenal have been linked with a move for several Real Madrid players. The players were Angel Di Maria, Karim Benzema, Mesut Ozil and Iker Casillas. Di Maria seems like the most likely target and everybody knows it. Benzema, Ozil and Casillas will be very hard to get away from the Spanish capital. We may however be a step closer to Ozil after his anger at being substituted again in Madrid’s game against Granada.

Could Arsenal really blow £100m on 3 Real Madrid stars? Dream on

The Arsenal fans have been crying out for a big name signing or two all summer, without any joy whatsoever. If the transfer rumour doing the rounds today is to be believed, however, we could be in line for three at once, like the old `waiting for a bus` cliche.

According to The Mirror, Real Madrid are trying to raise funds in order to cover the ridiculous price they are going to pay Tottenham for Gareth Bale, as well as allowing them to make a last minute move for one of our own transfer targets Luis Suarez. Liverpool have made it crystal clear that they will not sell to Arsenal at any price, but they might let their striker go to Madrid to keep him out of the hands of any Premier League rivals.

The Five realistics signings that could win Arsenal the title

Five realistic signings Arsenal should make before the window closes! by Kash

There’s only one week until the transfer window closes and it’s fair to say up until this moment, Arsenal have been an absolute shambles in the market and have managed to screw up numerous deals that would’ve improved the squad significantly. However, Arsene still has a massive chance to redeem himself with some proper signings this week before the massive game against Tottenham at the Emirates.

Here are the five signings Arsenal should make:

Real Madrid say Si but Arsenal need to convince Di Maria

According to the Spanish media, Arsenal’s pursuit of one big name transfer in Angel Di Maria this summer has been given the okay by his current club Real Madrid. However, as we have found out many times during this transfer window, signings do not come easy for the Gunners.

WTF is going on at Arsenal with Podolski?

Why on Earth are the press saying that Arsenal are going to send Lukas Podolski on loan to Schalke? by Stefan

Are they mad? Now I am not a massive fan of Podolski as I think he is a striker that can’t score and a winger that can’t cross, but he is a very good player. I say that he can’t score but last season he got 11 league goals for us which isn’t bad for somebody who is deployed on the left wing. What I mean is that he hasn’t really done the business when played through the middle.

Arsenal WILL sign Flamini but not until a big name transfer arrives

Arsene Wenger is well aware that he is under pressure from the Arsenal fans to produce a big name signing. Despite the Frenchman saying that big names do not necessarily mean the right player, and reminding us that players like Laurent Koscielny were not seen as starts when they joined the Gunners, Wenger is under no illusion that a big name signing is very important. It will boost the current players as well as give the fans and the whole club a lift.