Arsenal were one of the highest spenders in the Premier League during the summer transfer window.
The Gunners welcomed six new faces to the Emirates Stadium throughout the window at an expense of around £150m.
That investment appears to have paid off for the north Londoners as they sit fifth in the Premier League and look well on the course to return to Europe next season.
Despite their promising form, there have still been a few problems at the Emirates over the opening few weeks of the season – aspects that could well be rectified with additions during the upcoming January transfer window.
With that being said, football.london takes a look at the latest transfer rumours with less than a month to go until the market reopens.
Amid his somewhat inconsistent form for the Gunners so far this season, there have been suggestions that Arsenal could look to cash-in on the services of striker Aubameyang.
The 32-year-old apparently has plenty of suitors if rumours are to be believed. Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid are both apparently eyeing a move for the Gabonese should Arsenal choose to sell him in the near future.
His contract is set to run until the summer of 2023.
With the rumours that Aubameyang could be set to leave sooner rather than later, attention will of course turn to potential replacements, especially with the futures of Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah also up in the air.
One of those potential arrivals is Dominic Calvert-Lewin. Former Tottenham forward Darren Bent has instructed the Gunners to make a move for the Everton man.
He said: “I’d take him tomorrow at Arsenal. And you know why it is? Because you know what you’re getting with him.
“He works hard, he can hold the ball up, he can score goals, he’s unbelievable in the air. I think he’s got the potential to play however Arsenal want to play him. And he’s at a good age as well, good presence. Yeah, I’d take him.”
Despite the gossip columns linking a number of players with a move to the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has suggested that he could be set to rely on his current squad instead of investing in arrivals during the January transfer window.
Talking ahead of Monday’s clash with Everton, he said: “I think we have to focus on the players that we have, try to make them, better and take more chances than we’re doing because we need more margins in games to win games and that’s what we have to do without losing our solidity defensively, which we have been good at, and try to add more goals to the team.”