Who Have Arsenal Signed In The January Transfer Window?

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)

Who have Arsenal signed in this transfer window?

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 new players have Arsenal signed?

Men’s signings

  • Nuno Tavares joins us from Benfica – July 10.
  • Sambi Lokonga signs from Anderlecht – July 19.
  • Ben White joins from Brighton – July 30.
  • Martin Odegaard completes move from Real Madrid – August 20.
  • Aaron Ramsdale signs from Sheffield United – August 20.
  • Takehiro Tomiyasu joins from Bologna – August 31.

Is aubameyang leaving Arsenal?

The Sky Sports Football Podcast Arsenal boss Arteta recently said his star striker chose to extend his contract because the Gunners are an “incredible” football team, but Aubameyang – speaking exclusively to Sky Sports – says his manager was instrumental in his decision. “Two things persuaded me to stay,” he said.

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Which players should Arsenal sell?

Some of the other Arsenal players to be sold this summer could be: Joe Willock, Matteo Guendouzi, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Sead Kolasinac and Lucas Torreira, who are all out on loan until the end of the season, plus Reiss Nelson and Eddie Nketiah could also be sold.

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.

How much money did Arsenal spend this transfer window?

Arsenal transfer window verdict: Record £142m spend to bring players in but not enough have gone. I n terms of incomings, Arsenal will be pretty happy with how this transfer window went. They specifically targeted young players and they have stuck to that model, signing no one over the age of 23.

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