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Trossard, Kiwior, Jorginho: Every Arsenal done deal during busy January transfer window

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Mikel Arteta was not prepared to risk falling away in the second half of the season and moved to strengthen his squad as the club aim to end a 19-year wait for a League title.

The Gunners brought in three players, though that is not to say the month was not a frustrating one. Arsenal failed to land either Mykhailo Mudryk or Moises Caicedo despite multiple offers for both, so were forced to pursue other signings.


Leandro Trossard – Brighton, £21m

Jakub Kiwior – Spezia, £20m

Jorginho – Chelsea, £12m

Despite missing out on Mudryk and Caicedo, Arsenal did at least strengthen two key areas. In Trossard and Jorginho, they bring in ready-made Premier League players, with the hope being they can hit the ground running.

Kiwior, meanwhile, offers Arteta the cover at left centre-back he has been so keen to sign.

Firepower: Arsenal turned to Trossard after missing out on Mudryk

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Brooke Norton-Cuffy – Coventry, loan

Miguel Azeez – Wigan, loan

Tom Smith – Colchester, loan

Harry Clarke – Ipswich, undisclosed

Arthur Okonkwo – Sturm Graz, loan

Nathan Butler-Oyedeji – Accrington, loan

Taylor Foran – Hartlepool, loan

Marquinhos – Norwich, loan

Omar Rekik – Wigan, loan

Cedric Soares – Fulham, loan

Albert Sambi Lokonga – Crystal Palace, loan

Kido Taylor-Hart – Derby, loan

Billy Vigar – Derby, loan

Cedric Soares and Albert Sambi Lokonga look for first-team football elswhere, a surprise as Arteta consistently spoke of being short on options – particularly in midfield.

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