Latest news from the Arsenal transfer: All rumors from Kalidou Koulibaly to Wilfred Ndidi

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It’s Christmas Day and with football fans across the UK exchanging and opening gifts, Arsenal is looking forward to January and the first chance to buy players under Mikel Arteta.

The Gunners’ new head coach will be able to make new commitments and sell people who go beyond requirements as soon as the January transfer window is open.

Premier League clubs will fight for the best talent in the world, and fans of the Emirates Stadium will expect business to be done.

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Arteta replaced Unai Emery as head coach in early December, and attention is focused on who he will include in his 2020 Champions League return challenge.

Emery bought a number of new faces in the summer, including club signings by striker Nicolas Pepe, Kieran Tierney, David Luiz, Gabriel Martinelli, William Saliba and Dani Ceballos.

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However, Arsenal is currently well outside the pace for the top four.

But as with any transfer window, there is also a risk of losing players as other clubs try to strengthen their team for the end of the current season.

After that has been said football.london Take a look at the names associated with a transfer to the Emirates in front of the January window. Read the full list of rumors about a transfer from Arsenal here.

But who do you want to see in the club in January? You can have a say in our interactive survey below.

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Simply vote up or down the players you want the club to sign over the next month on the list.

Who is up there is the man most fans want to see in January.

Otherwise, follow the latest transfer rumors on Christmas Day on our live blog about transfer messages.

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