Josh Kroenke could complete three Arsenal transfers after visit to Emirates Stadium

Arsenal director Josh Kroenke was spotted in North London on Thursday and could be eyeing some January goals to bring to the club.

Josh Kroenke was seen in the crowd on Thursday night as Arsenal beat FC Zurich 1-0 to secure first place in the Europa League group and safe passage to the round of 16.

As club director, there is every chance he will be in the crowd to watch his team in what was a crucial European game. However, with the January transfer window just around the corner, he is likely to be involved in talks with Edu and Mikel Arteta regarding the upcoming January transfer window.

While there is a chance that players will leave, fans will be much more excited to see which players can be slated to bolster the Gunners as they embark on a title chase following the conclusion of the World Cup in December. According to the Telegraph, plans have already been drawn up for the winter as the Gunners target a winger.

Here, we take a look at three names that may have been discussed on Kroenke’s visit:

Facundo Torres
This week, rumors have intensified regarding a transfer to Facundo Torres, with the Orlando City forward who has had a positive campaign in the MLS, with nine goals and eight assists.

Various sources have confirmed the Gunners’ interest in the Uruguayan, with his availability at lower salaries and transfer fees than other players like Mykhaylo Mudryk, a big plus for Kroenke and the rest of the Gunners’ hierarchy.

Additionally, the player’s agent has confirmed the interest and with Kroenke having business interests in the US, it might make sense for the player to be targeted given his star status in the MLS,

Wilfried Zaha

The Crystal Palace winger is a player who has consistently been linked with a move to one of Europe’s great clubs, with an impressive record in south London with Crystal Palace. However, now seems like the best time to make a move happen for the winger who will have just six months left on his contract in January as he enters his thirties this month.

He will not be at the World Cup as Ivory Coast have not qualified, meaning he will be fresh and looking forward to continuing into January to continue the form that has seen him score five goals in 11 Premier League games so far. this season.

His signing would add depth to the left wing for Gabriel Martinelli, with Emile Smith Rowe’s injury problems in recent months. What’s more, his experience in a central role means he can also provide extra competition for Gabriel Jesus, who has now not scored in eight games for the Gunners and may need more threat than Eddie Nketiah to take his place in Arsenal’s starting lineup.

Youri Tielemans

Talks of a Tielemans move to Arsenal are not going away, and with the Leicester City and Belgium midfielder entering the final six months of his East Midlands contract, there’s a stronger chance than ever that he will finally make it. a play.

The Gunners’ lack of depth in midfield was highlighted by the injury to Mohamed Elneny earlier this season. However, with Thomas Partey and Granit Xhaka forming an excellent double pivot so far this season, there could be a challenge for the less defensively solid Tielemans to break into the XI.

However, his pedigree is undeniable, with his winning goal in the 2021 FA Cup Final a career highlight worthy of any player. With your future uncertain, now might be the time to strike a reduced price deal.

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