Arsenal want £90m Lemar to replace Alexis
Thomas Lemar has returned to the top of Arsenal's list of candidates to replace Alexis Sanchez in January, reports the Mirror.
Alexis has seen speculation over a move this window grow in recent days, with Manchester City appearing the most likely destination.
And the Monaco star, closely followed by the Gunners, could move before the end of the month if a deal for the Chilean is struck.
His current club, however, are likely to hold out for a mammoth £90 million to make any move happen.
Rakitic eyes Barca exit
Rakitic is wary that his gametime may be diminshed by the signing of Philippe Coutinho from the Reds, but he is unwilling to move before the World Cup next summer.
If he and Croatia perform well, the report states, then offers are likely to multiply.
Arsenal want Mahrez as Alexis replacement
Arsenal are interested in luring Riyad Mahrez to Emirates Stadium in the January window as they look for a replacement for Alexis Sanchez, according to Le Buteur.
The Chilean is keen on joining Premier League rivals Manchester City, with both clubs currently in negotiations over a deal.
And Arsene Wenger has identified Mahrez, who has also been linked with Liverpool, as the ideal replacement, with Leicester City looking to receive €55 million from any potential sale.
Man City to clinch Alexis this week
Alexis Sanchez's move from Arsenal to Manchester City could be completed as early as this week, claims the Express.
City have refloated their interest for Pep Guardiola's former Barca charge in January, with the clubs entering talks.
The Premier League leaders want the deal done as soon as possible, and hope to land Alexis in a move worth around £30 million.
Wenger: Arsenal can't compete with City for Evans
Arsene Wenger has insisted that Arsenal are not in a financial position to compete with Manchester City after hinting at being interested in Jonny Evans.
Both clubs are apparently keen on the West Brom defender but Wenger is adamant that his side are "second best" to City when it comes to negotiating the transfer.
'All quiet on Alexis future' - Wenger
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists the situation regarding Alexis Sanchez's future is “very quiet” as speculation over a move to Manchester City increases.
Goal understands the Premier League sides are currently in talks for Alexis, as Pep Guardiola's side are hoping to land the wantaway Chile international during the January transfer window.
However, Wenger maintains that no progress has been made as the former Barcelona star's future remains uncertain.
Chelsea, Arsenal & Man Utd battle for Bailey
The Bayer Leverkusen winger is likely to command a fee of more than £40 million, although his club are reluctant to sell.
Valencia make £12m bid for Coquelin
Valencia are ready to swoop in with a £12 million offer for Arsenal's Francis Coquelin, according to the Mirror.
West Ham and Crystal Palace are also interested in the midfielder, who is surplus to requirements at the Emirates and available for transfer in January.
Arsenal to use Debuchy in Evans deal?
Arsenal could send Mathieu Debuchy to West Brom as part of a deal to sign Jonny Evans, according to the Evening Standard.
The Gunners reportedly have yet to meet West Brom's £25 million valuation for Evans, with Manchester City also interested in the centre-back. But the inclusion of Debuchy could sway the Baggies, who are keen to add the right-back.
Liverpool & Arsenal eye Stevenage youngster
Liverpool and Arsenal are monitoring 18-year-old Stevenage defender Ben Wilmot, according to the Daily Mail.
Juventus ready Ozil offer
Juventus are ready to move for Mesut Ozil, if the Arsenal playmaker doesn’t join Manchester United in the January transfer window, claims Corriere dello Sport.
Ozil is out of contract at the end of the season and has been linked with a €40 million reunion with his former Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho at United.
However, if that transfer doesn’t materialise, then Juve, who have been long-term admirers of Ozil, will look to put together a package to sign the Germany international on a free transfer and offer him the chance to play in a new league.
Wenger plans Arsenal firesale
Arsene Wenger is ready to launch a firesale at Arsenal, with many first-team players set to leave in the next six months.
Alexis Sanchez, Francis Coquelin and Mathieu Debuchy are all set to leave, while there is still uncertainty over the futures of the likes of Mesut Ozil, Jack Wilshere, Olvier Giroud and more.