Arsenal most active buyer in January Window

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Now that the January transfer window has finally arrived, managers are getting active and searching around for possible players that could be signed or offloaded from their respective clubs and Arsenal is a side that is consistently being linked with a number of players.

Lukas Podolski has already completed his loan move to Inter Milan as the German forward was not a regular player in this season for Arsene Wenger after only making 9 appearances for Arsenal in the current campaign, Podolski decided to make a move to Inter Milan in order to revive his career.

Morgan Schneiderlin is a 25 year old French midfielder who is currently performing for Southampton but he has attracted the attention of Manchester United and Arsenal. It is believed that an offer in the region of £27million could be made in order to sign the player.

EdinsonCavani could never really turn into the main man at PSG as the Uruguayan player is mostly being utilized to play around ZlatanIbrahimovic, rumors have always been pouring down concerning this situation with Cavani as he is believed to be frustrated and there is a real possibility of him leaving PSG at the end of the current season.

The only problem with signing EdinsonCavani is that he cost PSG around €64 million as the French club secured his services back in July of 2010 and the club has a high price tag for the player.

Chelsea’s PetrCech could turn into a huge winter target not only for Arsenal but for a number of top clubs around Europe that are willing to sign the 32 year old shot-stopper who has fallen behind the pecking order of Jose Mourinho at Stamford Bridge.

PetrCech wants to join a club where his chances of appearing on the main team are guaranteed and with Chelsea, this isn’t happening anytime as ThibautCourtois has turned into the main goal-keeper option and Cech now has to decide what to do in the remaining few years of his career. Arsene Wenger is interested in signing the Czech Republic player but he will face stiff competition from other clubs