Arsenal will face Tottenham Hotspurs this weekend in the English Premier League and want to build on their strong start to the season. Despite Xhaka's 15-minute suspension in Thursday's EFL Semifinal match, Mike Arteta's squad drew 1-1 with Liverpool.
From the start to the finish, Mikel Arteta's squad performed well despite Xhaka's red card. The Reds gave it their best, but Gabriel and Ben White's heroics kept Arsenal from conceding.
Let's take a look at some of the most recent Arsenal news while the January transfer market is still open.
Arsenal is reportedly close to signing Juventus midfielder Melo on a season-long loan during the next January transfer window, according to sources. Arsenal is willing to sign the former Barcelona player on a season-long loan before the transfer window shuts.
Mikel Arteta's club is looking to qualify for European football next season, and Melo will be an excellent addition.
Juventus have shown an interest in signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in January. As a result of his lack of discipline, Mikel Arteta decided to exclude Gabon international from Arsenal's starting lineup.
Aubameyang's arrival will be a significant boost for Juventus, who have struggled so far this season.
Pablo Mari has been courted by Udinese during the January transfer window. They have started only two games so far this season, but a deal might be struck before transfer deadline day between Arsenal and Udinese.
Eric Dier has been ruled out of Saturday's game against Arsenal owing to a muscle problem, according to Tottenham. This Saturday, Arsenal will face Tottenham Hotspurs, and that will give the Gunners a significant edge.
Arsenal's Cedric, a defender, is another who is questionable for this weekend's game. Against Liverpool, the highly regarded defender had a slight injury and may not be able to play for Tottenham Hotspurs.
This weekend, do you believe Arsenal can beat Tottenham?
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