There are all indications that Arsenal may do serious business in the January transfer window since a lot of factors playing out points to it.
We have been rocked by injuries in recent times. However, with the recent reports, some stars may be on their way out which makes way for new signings.
As per the Express, Mathieu Debuchy has indicated his desire to leave the club in January.
“I am dealing with it. I am trying to stay strong. We are going to remain concentrated until December, after that I will see.”
The 30-year-old joined the club in the summer of 2014; he started brightly but series of injuries meant Hector Bellerin took his place in the team. He is back due to injury to the young Spaniard. However, he has not returned to his previous form.
Wenger has said he needs some game time to gain confidence but that could be elusive when Bellerin gets back from groin injury after the international break.
Didier Deschamps excluded him from the France squad to face Germany and England on the 13th and 17th of this month respectively.
His agitation to leave the club in January is not farfetched, as he craves for game time to boost his chances of playing in the Euro 2016 to be held at his country.