Arsenal Transfers: 10 Ridiculous January Rumors with No Chance of Happening

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Arsenal Transfers: 10 Ridiculous January Rumors with No Chance of Happening
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Arsenal and Chelsea were recently involved in a Premiership classic with eight goals being scored in a thrilling encounter at Stamford Bridge. The Gunners scored five to seal the contest and continue their progress after their disastrous start to the campaign.

Arsenal lost two of their most important players in Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri and it did not help that young Jack Wilshere was also ruled out for more than six months. Having suffered some embarrassing results in the season, they have shown some fight having won eight out of the last nine games in all competitions with the only loss coming against Spurs in a close encounter.

Arsenal did sign a number of players in the summer and some of them are yet to adjust to the pace and physicality of the Premiership. Wenger has also not used Park Ju Young in the Premiership and he seems to be a player who can make an impact in the future, while Per Mertesacker and Mikel Arteta have both had some games under the belt for the Gunners.

Though they have decent quality in the squad, Arsene Wenger could make signings in the January transfer window considering that it will be difficult for the Gunners to finish in Champions League places this season.

The January transfer window could prove to be an important time for the Gunners as they will seek to strengthen for the second half of the season and also for the future. Wenger will probably spend the money if the right players are available and with Jack Wilshere, Bacary Sagna and Abou Diaby scheduled to return at that time, there might not be more than one or two signings from Wenger.

However, there have been many rumors concerning the Gunners which might not happen; here are 10 things that will probably not happen in January.

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