Although Arsene Wenger has already made two new signings to boost the Arsenal squad during the January transfer window, there could still be more to come. For one thing, the Frenchman always seems to have something planned for transfer deadline day and for another, the young Polish midfielder Krystian Bielik is just 17-years old and was not expected to come straight in to help the team out this season.
The Gunners have been linked with a keeper or two to add to the concerns of our under fire Poland international Wojciech Szczesny. We have also been linked with a few strikers and the imminent departure of Joel Campbell on loan to Villarreal in La Liga together with the deals taking Lukas Podolski to Inter Milan and Yaya Sanogo to Crystal Palace have left some room for another forward or winger.
The most likely, however, is the move for a top quality central midfielder that Arsenal fans and the football media have been banging on about for years. There were reports in recent weeks suggesting that Wenger had settled on the Southampton star Morgan Schneiderlin for the role but would not move until the summer, and that may still be the case.
But a report by The Mirror claims that Ronald Koeman is planning a transfer swoop on his former club Feyenoord for Jordy Clasie as a direct replacement for our transfer target. Could this mean, if the Saints get Clasie, that they are preparing for a bid for their midfielder from Arsenal? Now that really would give us Gooners something to shout about.