Readers ask: Who Are Arsenal Buying In January?

What are the Arsenal new signing players?

Confirmed Arsenal signings

  • Ben White – Brighton, £50m.
  • Nuno Tavares – Benfica, undisclosed.
  • Albert Sambi Lokonga – Anderlecht, £15m.
  • Martin Odegaard – Real Madrid, undisclosed.
  • Aaron Ramsdale – Bournemouth, £30m including add-ons.
  • Joe Willock – Newcastle, £25m.
  • Matteo Guendouzi – Marseille, loan.

Is Arsenal buying any new players?

Arsenal sign Tomiyasu for £19.8m; Bellerin loaned to Betis Arsenal have signed defender Takehiro Tomiyasu from Bologna in a £19.8m deal while Hector Bellerin has joined Real Betis on loan for the season.

Who have Arsenal signed in January?

Confirmed Arsenal signings

  • Mat Ryan – Brighton goalkeeper Mat Ryan has joined Arsenal on loan until the end of the season (January 22)
  • Martin Odegaard – Arsenal have completed the signing of Martin Odegaard on loan from Real Madrid until the end of the season (January 27)

What players are Arsenal interested in?

Confirmed Arsenal signings

  • Ben White – Brighton, £50m.
  • Nuno Tavares – Benfica, undisclosed.
  • Albert Sambi Lokonga – Anderlecht, £15m.
  • Martin Odegaard – Real Madrid, undisclosed.
  • Aaron Ramsdale – Bournemouth, £30m including add-ons.
  • Joe Willock – Newcastle, £25m.
  • Matteo Guendouzi – Marseille, loan.

What are the done deals for Arsenal?

Arsenal transfer done deals

  • Gabriel Magalhaes (Lille) £27m.
  • William Saliba (Saint-Etienne) £27m.
  • Willian (Chelsea) Free.
  • Pablo Mari (Flamengo) Undisclosed.
  • Cedric Soares (Southampton) Undisclosed.
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How much is Ben White Arsenal?

Arsenal have completed the signing of Ben White from Brighton. The 23-year-old defender has joined on a long-term contract, having completed his medical on Friday. The deal is understood to be worth in the region of £50 million.

Who spent the most money in the Premier League?

The top three teams for net expenditure remain unchanged from the spending chart, with Arsenal the most spendthrift club with a £131.8m net spend, followed by Manchester United (£103.7m) and Manchester City (£72.7m).

How much did Arsenal spend this summer?

Arsenal transfer window verdict: Record £142m spend to bring players in but not enough have gone.

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