Arsenal News LIVE: Gunners handed HUGE January transfer war boxes as Hincapie targeted by Arteta

Good morning Gunners fans

Arsenal will need to spend £50million in January but will reportedly not target a striker to replace injured Gabriel Jesus.

The Gunners lead the Prem but have just taken a hit with news of their Brazilian star Jesus suffering a knee injury at the World Cup that could sideline him for three months.

But despite the ex-Manchester City ace’s loss, a striker is not on the club’s New Year’s wish list, Footy Insider says.

Meanwhile, Jesus’ injury is a major blow to Arsenal’s title hopes.

Teammate Bukayo Saka said: “He is a very, very, very, very important player for us. It’s not good to hear the news.

“I sent him a message and I think he will go to the doctor and see what he needs to do for the next steps.

“Definitely it wasn’t good news when I heard that.”

Elsewhere, Spurs and Arsenal are reportedly in a transfer battle to sign Ecuador defender Piero Hincapie, 20.

According to CalcioMercato, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Napoli and Roma are also in the running for the Bayer Leverkusen centre-back.

But his club have no interest in selling him.

And Hincapie, who has played every minute in Qatar, is valued at £25million as a result.

Finally, Mo Elneny is working hard to return from injury.

That’s after he joined Arsenal’s training camp in Dubai.

The Egyptian midfielder is hoping to be available when the Gunners return to action against West Ham on Boxing Day.

And he was all smiles as he trained with Mikel Arteta’s men yesterday. Arsenal News LIVE: Gunners handed HUGE January transfer war boxes as Hincapie targeted by Arteta


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