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PremierLeague-News.Com - Arsenal news: Plenty of players have already made an impression at the World Cup in Qatar and Arsenal could make a move for some of those in the January transfer window

Premier league news Three unexpected stars of the World Cup so far that Arsenal can sign in January Last spor news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Arsenal news: Plenty of players have already made an impression at the World Cup in Qatar and Arsenal could make a move for some of those in the January transfer window

Premier league news Three unexpected stars of the World Cup so far that Arsenal can sign in January Last spor news
23 November 2022 - 12:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! There's already been some special performances at the World Cup, both by individual players and teams as a collective. Tuesday produced one of the most shocking results in history as Saudi Arabia beat Argentina in Group C, whilst England were relentless in their 6-2 win over Iran on Monday. Arsenal's Bukayo Saka starred on the day as he netted two goals, becoming the youngest Three Lion ever to score a brace at the competition. Although Saka will be fully focused on England, Edu, Mikel Arteta and Arsenal's scouting network will be following some hidden gems across the tournament. With that in mind, let's take a look at some unexpected stars who the Gunners could look to sign in the winter transfer market. READ MORE: What Bukayo Saka said after 'special' World Cup win over Iran as winger sets new England record Joakim Maehle (Denmark) 25-year-old Atalanta full-back Maehle was awarded the Player of the Match award for his performance in Denmark's 0-0 draw with Tunisia. Although Arsenal are currently stacked with left-back options, the good thing about Maehle is that he's incredibly versatile, something that Mikel Arteta appreciates. Having often operated as a left-sided midfielder, as well as a defensive midfielder, he'd surely be able to adapt to Arsenal's style of play. He's valued at £12million but because his contract doesn't expire until 2025, the Gunners would have to pay over the odds to sign him.

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. He had the difficult job of marshalling Robert Lewandowski, but he stayed tight to the forward in the opening 45 minutes and ensured he remained quiet with superb defensive play. He also looked comfortable in possession, which is something that's important to Arteta and Co. Although Arsenal would prefer another left-footed option at centre-back, at just £6m from CF Monterrey, the 25-year-old could be an option worth exploring. Adrien Rabiot (France) Rabiot probably wouldn't have been starting for France had N'Golo Kante and Paul Pogba been fit to play in the competition. Nevertheless, the Juventus midfielder was thoroughly impressive against Australia as he scored the first goal of France's 4-1 win. Much has been said about him potentially moving to the Premier League when his contract expires next summer. He's currently valued at £15.6million, but perhaps Arsenal could tempt the Old Lady into selling him for a lower price in January. READ NEXT: Arsenal World Cup latest with Saka's Golden Boot surprise, Saliba blow and Turner denied by Bale Mikel Arteta's key role in Pep Guardiola Man City renewal as Arsenal rivalry is set up New Bukayo Saka price revealed after Arsenal star shines at World Cup amid Edu contract decision The games Arsenal defender will miss as injury is confirmed to disrupt 'shining light' loan deal Arsenal news and transfers LIVE: Latest news, rumours and gossip from the Emirates Stadium

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