ARSENAL are reportedly lining up surprise January moves for Gareth Bale, Luka Jovic and Mohamed Elyounoussi.

And if Mikel Arteta manages to recruit all three, SunSport take a look at how the Gunners could line-up for the second half of the season.




The Gunners are unbeaten in their last five league games, having been bottom of the Premier League after three matches.

Arteta is planning another overhaul in January despite Arsenal being the highest spenders in the summer window,

One player on the radar is Tottenham icon Bale.

The 32-year-old Welshman has been sensationally linked with a move to Spurs' bitter North London rivals.

Bale's Real Madrid teammate Jovic is also a target – with the Serbian striker seen as a potential replacement for Alexandre Lacazette.

The 23-year-old has played just 11 times for Real Madrid over the last two seasons and could be looking to end his Bernabeu nightmare.

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Los Blancos are said to be willing to part ways with a number of players in order to raise funds to sign superstars Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland.

Southampton winger Elyounoussi has also been rumoured to be a January target for Arsenal technical director Edu.

The 27-year-old joined the Saints from Basel in 2018, but spent the last two seasons on loan at Celtic.

However a stellar start to this campaign in Ralph Hasenhuttl's struggling side has led to interest from Arsenal.

The Norway international has scored four goals and provided two assists in just seven appearances for Southampton this season.

Potentially bringing in Bale, Jovic and Elyounoussi would help Arteta in his bid to fire the Gunners back into Europe after a season away.

This campaign is the first time in 25 YEARS the Gunners are not competing in a European competition.

And the trio of new arrivals would also provide added competition for the likes of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Bukayo Saka, Nicolas Pepe and Martin Odegaard.

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