Arsene Wenger has had a quiet transfer window so far
It’s been a quiet transfer window at the Emirates with just one arrival in the form of youngster Cohen Bramall.
A number of fringe players have gone out on loan including Jon Toral and Chuba Akpom.
But a few more could still and two could even go on permanent deals.
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Crystal Palace have been trying to complete a deal for Carl Jenkinson while a number of French sides are looking at Mathieu Debuchy, and both are free to go if the deals can be done.
“Probably not is the short answer to that one,” Sky Sports reporter Hughes said when asked if there were more deals to be done at Arsenal.
“We heard from Arsene Wenger yesterday and the phrase, he actually said it twice, ‘I’ve no need to buy,’.
“What will Arsenal fans feel about this transfer window? Do they feel the would have wanted to do more business than they have done? It’s just the one signing, very, very early on, of a young player from Hednesford Town.
“But the reason being, for once at this time of year Arsenal are in a pretty decent shape. Of all the senior players only one – Santi Cazorla – is injured at the moment.
“Danny Welbeck came back so spectacularly at the weekend as well. He’s fit and ready although Wenger is going to cautious with him.
“But everyone else is available in what could be a defining week or few weeks of course. They’ve got Watford tonight, Chelsea at the weekend – that gap in the Premier League could be narrowed – and then of course the Champions League starts up again and it’s Bayern Munich so it’s a big, big month for Arsenal.
“But they have pretty much all their players available so not expecting too much to come in, maybe a couple to go out.
“Carl Jenkinson and Mathieu Debuchy possibly if those deals can be sorted but that’s all we’re expecting here before the action on the pitch tonight.”