Transfer news, rumours, and gossip from the Emirates’ January transfer window in 2023; the window opened on Sunday, January 1, 2023, and will close on Tuesday, January 31, 2023, at 11 p.m. With the winter transfer window about to begin on January 1st, we take a look at Arsenal’s completed deals as well as the players involved in moves in and out of the Emirates. Fulham is in early talks with Arsenal to sign Cedric. Fulham and Arsenal’s are in advanced talks to loan Cedric Soares.
Rumors of Transfers for Arsenal’s
All parties are getting increasingly confident that the deal will be completed before the deadline. During this transfer window, Marco Silva has made obtaining Cedric a priority, and he was their top right-back target this month. Cedric is expected to offer expertise, a winning attitude, and versatility to the club, according to Silva. Cedric is well known to Fulham manager David Moyes, who taught him at Sporting. Cedric’s current contract with Arsenal’s ends in 18 months, and he last played in a Premier League match in May 2022.
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Moises Caicedo – Arsenal is considering a £75 million bid for Moises Caicedo and may compete with Chelsea in the summer market for the Brighton midfielder. (Daily Telegraph, January 26)
Ivan Fresneda – Arsenal’s have matched a £13 million bid for Real Valladolid defender Ivan Fresneda, and the 18-year-old will decide his future in the next 24 hours; (Daily Mail, January 24); Arsenal is keeping an eye on the 17-year-old Real Valladolid right-back, who has attracted interest from England and Germany (Sky Sports News, January 18)
Amadou Onana – Arsenal may have exacted the ultimate retribution on Chelsea by purchasing Everton winger Amadou Onana earlier this month. (Daily Express, January 24)
Eduardo Camavinga – Arsenal is interested in a surprise loan transfer for Real Madrid midfielder Eduardo Camavinga (The Evening Standard, January 20).
Declan Rice – Declan Rice has been praising Arsenal’s to his West Ham team-mates since reports emerged that the Gunners are keen to bring him to the Emirates in the summer (Daily Express, January 21); Arsenal are considering a gamble of saving their transfer kitty in January in order to build up the funds to make a run at signing West Ham midfielder Rice in the summer (Daily Star, January 19); (The Times, January 17).
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Dusan Vlahovic – Arsenal has moved their emphasis to Vlahovic after missing out on Mykhailo Mudryk (The Sun, January 17).
Raphinha – According to reports (Daily Mail, January 17), Barcelona are prepared to move Raphinha during the January transfer window if an interested party agrees to pay £100 million for his services. Raphinha, according to speculations in Spain (Daily Express, January 16), has no desire to leave Barcelona for a return to the Premier League with Arsenal (Daily Express, January 12).
Facundo Torres – Torres has revealed that the Gunners have made contact regarding a transfer as he awaits more conversations (Evening Standard, January 17).
Victor Osimhen – According to rumors, Manchester United, Arsenal’s , and Newcastle will compete for Napoli star Osimhen (The Sun, January 17).
Mykhailo Mudryk allegedly – Arsenal has been left licking their wounds, with Mykhailo Mudryk allegedly set to join rivals Chelsea, and may turn to summer targets Pino and Diaby of Villarreal and Bayer Leverkusen, respectively (Sunday Express, January 15).
Yunus Musah – Chelsea, Inter Milan, and Arsenal are set to miss out on a January deal for Valencia midfielder Musah, who is unlikely to leave the Spanish club until the summer at the earliest (Mail on Sunday, January 15).
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Sergej Milinkovic-Savic – Newcastle is expected to sign Milinkovic-Savic from Arsenal’s (The Sun, January 14).
Arsenal and Newcastle United have inquired about signing one of Barcelona’s greatest players, Alejandro Balde (Daily Mail, January 9).
Ismael Bennacer – AC Milan have given Arsenal a severe blow by agreeing to a new long-term contract for Bennacer (The Sun, January 8).
Hirving Lozano – Arsenal and Newcastle are said to be interested in Napoli winger Lozano (The Sun, January 6).
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Youri Tielemans – Arsenal have cooled their interest in Tielemans and are unlikely to complete a deal for the Leicester playmaker this month (Daily Mirror, January 5); Premier League leaders Arsenal are in fresh talks with Leicester midfielder Tielemans (The Sun, December 28).
Elye Wahi – Arsenal’s has reportedly been watching the progress of Montpellier striker Wahi (Daily Express, January 2).
Dusan Vlahovic – Arsenal are ready to battle with Chelsea for the signing of striker Vlahovic next month (The Sun on Sunday, January 1).
Alexis Mac Allister – Brighton are confident World Cup winner Mac Allister will still be their player at the end of January, despite interest from Juventus, Atletico Madrid, Chelsea, Arsenal, and Manchester United (The Athletic, January 2); Arsenal’s and Tottenham have been dealt a transfer blow as Brighton star Mac Allister prefers a move to Juventus, reports suggest (The Sun, December 30)
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