Potential Arsenal players Arteta may consider selling to strengthen January transfer budget, featuring England trio and underperforming newcomer

Introduction to this article

The January transfer window is a crucial opportunity for Mikel Arteta to revitalize Arsenal, a team that has been struggling in the Premier League recently. This article examines the options the Arsenal boss has in adding to his transfer kitty, looking at individual players and their potential moves in the upcoming transfer window.


The 32-year-old Portuguese full-back has had very limited game time this season, with just 65 minutes played. With interest from Turkish sides Besiktas and Trabzonspor, Arsenal may be left with little choice but to loan or sell him.


Despite being a useful squad player, Nketiah has struggled to convince Arteta he can lead the line for an entire season. Crystal Palace are keeping tabs on him, but Arsenal would require an exceptional offer to let him leave.


The young player has seen his minutes managed since coming back from injury, and there is a possibility that Arteta may consider cashing in on him. Newcastle have previously been interested in Smith Rowe, but are only looking at loan deals with an obligation to buy.


Ramsdale is no longer Arsenal’s No. 1 goalkeeper and has been linked with potential moves to Chelsea and Newcastle. Arsenal will want to at least recoup what they invested in him if he were to leave.


The Polish defender is grappling to secure his place in the Arsenal team, and there could be a risk in letting him go given the team’s injury worries at the back.


Nelson, a loyal player for Arteta, has been on the periphery of the starting XI and faces tough competition. However, Arteta is currently content with his position in the squad, but this may change if offers begin to come in.

jamal hejaze

Hello, I'm Jamal Alhejazi, a dedicated sports writer with a passion for delivering compelling sports news. With a deep understanding of various sports disciplines, I bring a unique perspective and insightful analysis to my writing.
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