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Arsenal has revealed the truth about their transfer bid for Dusan Vlahovic, confirming it as their first deal of the January transfer window.



Arsenal has revealed the truth about their transfer bid for Dusan Vlahovic, confirming it as their first deal of the January transfer window.Arsenal has wasted no time in getting involved in the January transfer window, as they have already confirmed their first deal. The Gunners are determined to strengthen their squad and have set their sights on potential loan options.


They are particularly interested in players who can contribute to their push for the Premier League title.


In addition to their confirmed deal, Arsenal is also exploring other areas of improvement within their team. The center-forward position has been a topic of discussion, and they are also considering bolstering their midfield and full-back positions in the coming weeks.


As we enter the fifth day of the transfer window, let’s take a closer look at the latest transfer links surrounding Arsenal.


Juventus director Cristiano Giuntoli has addressed the speculation surrounding Dusan Vlahovic’s potential move to Arsenal in the January transfer window.


Dismissing the rumors, Giuntoli stated that there is no truth to the reports and emphasized that Vlahovic is not available for sale. Meanwhile, Arsenal has experienced the premature conclusion of Mauro Bandeira’s loan spell at Colchester United.


The young midfielder, who had initially made a promising start, encountered an injury setback that hindered his return to action with the League Two side.


A statement issued by the Essex side states that Mauro Bandeira has made his return to Arsenal. The young player, who is currently nineteen years old [twenty years old], had joined the U’s on loan from the Premier League giants during the pre-season in July.


This loan came a year after he had signed his first professional contract with Arsenal. Initially, Bandeira had a promising start, making eleven appearances in the first couple of months of the season. However, he has struggled to secure a place in the first team squad in recent weeks.


Consequently, both clubs have mutually agreed that it would be best for Mauro to end his loan spell and return to North London. Colchester United expresses their best wishes to Mauro for his future football career.


According to a report from the Independent, Brentford has set a fresh valuation of £100million for their striker Ivan Toney in the January transfer window.


The talented England international has attracted interest from Arsenal and Chelsea, but it seems that both clubs will need to offload players in order to secure his services.