Elneny praises Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, confirms Özil contract extension

Mesut Ozil ends speculation over future by signing new Arsenal deal

"Overall I am happy with our transfer window". And if you add the transfer needed - the wages [for the new player] will be similar, but on top of that we have to pay a transfer [fee].

Aubameyang, however, may have to wait for his first appearance for his new club.

Arsenal will be hoping that the striker is focussed while in their famous shirt, and that he can help them can get back into the UEFA Champions League.

In truth, I am of course not that bothered about an imaginary footrace between any of the above.

The most intriguing January transfer window for English Premier League clubs concluded in fitting fashion; they spent a record £150 million (S$280 million) on Wednesday's deadline day, eclipsing the 2011 mark of £135 million. Let's not forget his last debut, for Borussia Dortmund, yielded a hat-trick against Augsburg, including a goal with his very first shot.

City, United, Liverpool (twice), and Chelsea have scored at least two goals against them, and so too have smaller teams like Leicester, Watford, Everton, Crystal Palace, and Bournemouth, with Arsenal dropping 22 points in the process.

Asked whether Aubameyang will form part of a four-man attack alongside Mesut Ozil, Alexandre Lacazette and fellow January new boy Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Wenger replied: 'It is always possible. Arsenal are sixth in the table with 42 points from 25 games.

Surprisingly, for the first time in over two decades, Arsenal faithful are optimistic about our top 4 challenge owing to the change of approach of the club's hierarchy, who suddenly woke up from their slumber and realized that Arsene Wenger can not continue to hold all the cards with regards to who comes in or goes out.

Auba and Mkhitaryan were key components in Dortmund's game plan which involved pressing to win possession then breaking with deadly pace and penetration.

Everton manager Allardyce looking to counter "defensively weak" Arsenal in their EPL tie Everton manager Sam Allardyce believes Arsenal are defensively weak and their tendency to commit players going forward will leave counter-attacking opportunities for his team when they visit the Emirates Stadium on Saturday. That needs to start by taking care of business at home to Everton.

Saint-Etienne are expecting a hefty windfall from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's big money move to Arsenal in the winter window.



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