Arsenal to sign Isco, Costa in a bid to save their season
Arsenal season has seen them slip to 14th on the table, their worst start in over 50 years, however, some available options could save their season.
Could Diego Costa and Isco turn things around?
The January transfer window is very close, with some top teams already making key signings that could help their season. A good example of such a team is Manchester United who is close to Atalanta wonder kid Diallo. This week Diego Costa left Atlético for personal reasons and the gunners could swoop on an experienced target man to help the off-form Pierre Aubumeyang.
Costa is not new to the Premier League having had some good season with London’s neighbor’s Chelsea. However, although he is free, Diego won’t come cheap in wages, but if Arsenal is to revive their season, it is worth it. Another top player available in January is Real Madrid star Isco, who has found more time on the bench than on the field.
He could add creativity and a bit of spark to the dull Gunners team. Arsenal will have to move fast though because Psg and Spurs are also interested. The Spanish international comes with years of experience and could help the lethargic Arsenal midfield.
Arsenal shrewd transfer booty could hamper their January business
The gunner’s transfer business has always been a complex issue since owner Stan Kroenke took over the helms of the elite club. They have always had to sell before buying. A good example is selling Emi Martinez to buy hardworking Thomas Partey. They have always operated shrewdly, a move that makes them top spenders like Manchester City, Chelsea, and Manchester United. In recent times, even second place Everton outspends them.
For the gunners to keep up with the pace of the Premier League and avoid an embarrassing season, they need to spend big and on good players. The problem is that January signings are usually expensive as top clubs will rarely want to let go of good players. Their billionaire owner will need to dig into his pockets to turn things around in January. The season starts now for the Gunners.