Date: 11th December 2013 at 11:00am
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The January transfer window is fast approaching and there will undoubtedly be a lot of transfers made all over the world, possibly even more than normal due to the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Brazil this summer. With players wanting to showcase their talents to their international managers in hope of making their World Cup dreams a reality, those players that don’t often get a lot of football will more than likely be on the lookout for loan deals or permanent moves to insure that they are getting first team football ahead of this summer. Arsenal fans will be hoping to see some new faces at the club in 2014, however there are some players that may look to move on from The Emirates this winter.

Click here or go to the next page of this post, to view those players that could be leaving Arsenal in January.

0 responses to “Possible Arsenal departures in the January transfer window”

  1. igbo Amadi-Obi says:

    You failed to mention Jenkinson, who has the advantage of being fully on-boarded playing in the same team and in the same position, and had previously shown enough promise to earn an England call-up.

    I would say rather than the options you have mentioned, who are equally not playing regular football, Jenkinson should be the natural successor to Sagna. Otherwise, you would be destroying his confidence.

    And talking about confidence, I think that Wenger should rotate Vamaelen into a few more games than he is doing at the moment. We risk losing him, and I would rather we have him than some fellow who would need time to imbibe the spirit and culture.

  2. Daniel Bannell says:

    Unfortunately I don’t feel that Jenkinson is ready to step into the shoes of Bacary Sagna yet, and personally I am not sure if he will ever become Arsenal’s first choice right-back. I also don’t feel that Arsenal could loan out Jenkinson otherwise we would have lack of cover at right-back

    Also on your point regarding Vermaelen, I don’t feel that it would be sensible for Wenger to keep rotating Vermaelen in, why change a winning formula? (Mert & Kos) Although I do feel it would be beneficial for Vermaelen to play in Arsenal’s FA Cup games this season to give him so competitive football.

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