Mikel Arteta OFFICIALLY reveals Arsenal looking at midfield signing this month

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Mikel Arteta has confirmed that Arsenal  are on the lookout for a new midfielder due to a fresh injury concern for Mohamed Elneny.

The Egyptian midfielder was not named in Arsenal’s matchday squad for the 3-2 win over Manchester United, with the Gunners linked with a number of players over the past few days.

And now Arteta has opened up and admitted that he is keen to see another midfielder makes the move to the Emirates – Speaking about Elneny’s injury, Arteta said: “There are concerns. Mo is a player who never complains about anything but let’s see.

“We need some more cover in midfield, ideally, if we can. But this market is complicated. But as I always say, the most important thing is we get the performances and the time on the pitch with the players we already have on the pitch are really good.”

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At the start of the season is would have been very hard for Arsenal to atrract top players – simply because Liverpool and Man City have been signing the best. But that is no longer the case.

Arsenal are sitting top of the Premier League with one of the most exciting and entertaining sides in Europe  – and now most players would like to make a move to the Emirates.

The Gunners have been linked with so many players – so it is very hard to say who will arrive – but Edu knows what Arteta wants and will get that – and surely it will be a player that will make a very good impact on the Arsenal squad.

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