Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta, has admitted he could bring in a midfielder before Tuesday’s transfer deadline, amid “concerns” over Mohamed Elneny’s injury.
Leandro Trossard has already arrived from Brighton for £26 million, while the Gunners also signed Jakub Kiwior from Spezia for around £20 million.
But they might have to bring in another player, amid fears that a knee injury could rule Elneny out for the season.
“There are concerns, especially (because) Mo is a player who never complains about anything.
“He had some issues with his knee that we are assessing at the moment and we will have to see how he evolves,” Arteta told reporters on Wednesday.
Arsenal play Manchester City next in the fourth round of the FA Cup.