Emery admits Arsenal can only afford loan signings in January

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Emery admits Arsenal can only afford loan signings in January

The club is seemingly short of funds and this week, a number of reports have claimed that the Gunners can only sign players on loan in this January window, something which Unai Emery confirmed. The club is telling me each moment that different situations can happen for recruitment. And if they get one, they'll find themselves under the eye of Arsenal's newly-appointed "loans manager".

"I know the club is working on possibilities of which players can help us with big performances like we need now".

Another of Emery's former players, Sevilla's Ever Banega, has also been linked with a move to the Emirates.

Arsenal are fifth in the Premier League, just outside the Champions League qualification places, and play West Ham United away tomorrow lunchtime. "But I can not sign more".

Juventus are reportedly close to agreeing a deal with Ramsey, who can leave for free in the summer when his contract expires or in January if a fee can be agreed, but Emery is pleased with the continued application of the 28-year-old.

"We both spoke about the situation with respect from him and from us".

There is an increased belief among the Arsenal coaching staff that Mavropanos is ready to play in the first team and is in contention to be involved in senior games when he's fully match fit.

The Gunners boss has admitted he has reduced the workload of some of his players to ensure they are in good shape going into the business end of the season.

Emery added: "We are working with the players who are with us now". Ozil has not played for Arsenal since picking up a knee injury in the' 1-1 draw at Brighton on Boxing Day.

Emery has been boosted by the return to full training of Nacho Monreal, Shkodran Mustafi and Héctor Bellerín.

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