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Arsenal news: January wishlist with Tierney sold and Mudryk signed as new Brentford ground found

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January transfer plan

Arsenal could be set for a busy and efficient January transfer window, even if that does seem a long way off.

 

On the incoming front, there will be a resurgence to pursue Shakhtar Donetsk forward Mykhaylo Mudryk, who impressed in the Champions League last week. Meanwhile, a move for Alex Grimaldo could come about should Kieran Tierney leave.

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On this note, the left-back has struggled with injuries and fallen behind Oleksandr Zinchenko in the pecking order, so a move for him is very much possible with plenty of suitors still remaining for the 25-year-old.

New Brentford ground

Arsenal may have to play their match against Brentford next weekend at a different stadium. This is due to The Queen’s funeral, which is set to be held on Monday, September 19, with a full round of Premier League fixtures in the two days following the funeral.

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Matches from September 9-11 were all cancelled out of respect for The Queen, but policing could remain an issue for matches going forward, with millions expected to journey to London.

This would leave London-based games at the most risk, and the option of swapping home and away fixtures for this weekend has been discussed. This is unlikely to help Arsenal, though, as their ground is also in London as well as Brentford’s.

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