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How [Arsenal] can line up after the transfer window closes in January 2023


How [Arsenal] can line up after the transfer window closes in January 2023

Arsenal continue the rest of the season after the close of the January transfer window on the brink of a historic campaign. 

The Gunners have built a healthy lead at the top of the Premier League as they seek their first title since the 2003/04 season. 

They looked to the January market to strengthen their squad. Arsenal have brought in key names to help them in the title hunt, while also remaining in contention for the Europa League. Here's how Mikel Arteta could shape his squad for the second half of the season. 

The publication of the sports secretary reacts to the news that Arsenal have agreed to sign Jorginho from Chelsea for 12 million pounds.

 If you can't see this podcast, click here to listen to the podcast! Who did Arsenal sign in the January 2023 transfer window? 

Arsenal are leading the defense of the Premier League title and have entered the market to secure the strength they need to win the title. 

The north London club have been eyeing a deal for young Ukrainian striker Mykhailo Mudryk and looked confident of signing for most of the month, only for Chelsea's Todd Boehly to swoop in. passed.

 After that disappointment, Arsenal took advantage of Brighton's uncertainty to sign winger Leandro Trossard, who asked to leave after failing under Roberto De Zerbi. 

That deal was quickly followed by the arrival of defender Jakub Kiwior, who impressed at Spezia after moving to Italy in 2021. 

He will provide additional competition to William Saliba and Gabriel in central defense. Arsenal have returned to Brighton to make a bid for Moises Caicedo but have found the Seagulls willing to negotiate. 

An opportunity to move for Chelsea's midfielder Jorginho has arisen and the Gunners have taken advantage of it.

Arsenal predicted line-up - 2022/23 

GK: Aaron Ramsdale - The England goalkeeper has proved most of his doubters wrong since joining Arsenal and his place between the sticks has never been under threat this month.

 RB: Benjamin White - White is enjoying a superb season at right-back, having played in the middle of the 2021/22 campaign. He will continue his battle with Takehiro Tomiyasu for the role.

 CB: William Saliba - The Frenchman has made a positive impact since becoming a regular in Arteta's XI.

 CB: Gabriel - Gabriel has been in Arsenal's defense for a little longer than Saliba, but he is improving now - he even came up with an important goal. Jakub Kiwior will provide a challenge after the arrival of Spezia. 

LB: Oleksandr Zinchenko - Bought from Manchester City in the summer, Zinchenko has been outstanding. 

The ease with which the ball came out from the outside resulted in Granit Xhaka and Gabriel Martinelli taking many chances to attack. 

CM: Martin Odegaard - One of the best candidates for player of the year so far. Odegaard orchestrates Arsenal's attacks to perfection, he's only getting better. 

CM: Thomas Partey - Partey remains a key part of Arteta's Arsenal line-up. Jorginho's transfer will give him more competition in midfield. 

CM: Granit Xhaka - Continues to impress up front. Add another goal (three goals and five assists) and this season will be the most watched of all time.

 RW: Bukayo Saka - Arsenal's Starboy. Saka has appeared on big occasions for the Gunners, most recently scoring a brace in their 3-2 win over Manchester United. 

Leandro Trossard has arrived but will operate in a more backup role.

 ST: Eddie Nketiah - Nketiah is very much guarding the forward role of Gabriel Jesus, who was impressive before injury. 

However, the 23-year-old has thrived in the front and will continue to start in the absence of Jesus.

 LW: Gabriel Martinelli - With seven goals already, Martinelli is on a high in the league this season.

 He's already had to deal with niggles here and there, so having Trossard here also comes in handy.

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