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3 players who should follow Anthony Martial to Arsenal in January

The Gunners down in the Transfer Tavern are crying out for fresh additions to the Arsenal squad this January, in order to secure a return to the Champions League in 2018.

Reports from The Mirror over the course of the weekend have identified Anthony Martial as a potential replacement for Alexis Sanchez – who looks certain to leave by the summer of 2018.

The rise of Marcus Rashford, who is simply oozing confidence at both club and international level currently, may well give Mourinho valid reason to consider cashing in on the highly talented Frenchman in January.

Selling a player to rival club is never a desirable prospect for any manager in the Premier League, but the deal could be financially lucrative for United, if Mourinho is able to cast emotion to one side and adopt a pragmatic approach to a potential deal for Martial.

Our landlord in the Tavern believes Arsene Wenger needs to instigate a dramatic overhaul to the Arsenal squad in January or risk losing a place in the top-four to North-London rivals Tottenham Hotspur, for a second season running.

Arsenal have become something of a nearly club. Wenger has repeatedly spoken of signings he has come close to clinching over the years. This merely fuels yet more frustration amongst the Arsenal faithful, who are crying out for new signings to enable them to compete amongst the English and European elite once more.

As a dark cloud of uncertainty regarding the futures of Alexis Sanchez and Mezut Ozil looms over the Emirates, it is crucial that Arsenal add further attacking talent to their ranks and begin to build a spine that will add solidity to their side once again.

Here are three players that would reignite Arsenal’s hopes of returning to Europe’s greatest club competition next season.

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