- Gunners new boss Unai Emery isn't satisfied with his squad at the moment despite decent run in all competition so far
- He has led his side to eight straight wins in all competitions after his shaky start to the season
- The Spaniard has identifed Paraguay midfielder as his next recruit for the Emirates Stadium outfit in January
Arsenal are reportedly lining up a January transfer move for £11 million rated Paraguay midfielder Miguel Almirón.
The 24-year-old currently features for the Major League Soccer side Atlanta United after joining them in 2017.
He has scored 12 goals and created 13 assists for his side in 26 appearances, and has attracted the attention of the new Gunners boss.
The Mirror reports that the former Paris Saint Germain boss has agreed a deal with the player in his quest to build a formidable team.
West Ham and Newcastle are other Premier League outfits looking out to sign the instrumental midfielder in the next transfer window.
Meanwhile, Atlanta president Darren Eales - formerly of Tottenham Hotspur - has confirmed Almiron will leave the American side.
"Almiron’s future is already decided and will go to England in the European winter market," said Eales.
Speaking in the summer about the prospect of moving to the Premier League, Almiron revealed his ambitions to succeed in the English top-flight.
"My objective has always been to go to Europe," he said. "I like the Premier League and I think they play a beautiful and competitive style of soccer."
Legit.ng previously reported that Arsenal stretched their winning streak to eight games in all competitions after dispatching Qarabag 3-0 in their Europa Lague encounter on Thursday, October 4.
Goals from Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Emile Smith Rowe and Matteo Guendouzi handed the Gunners a convincing win away from home in Europe.
They will battle Fulham in their next English topflight game on Sunday, October 7 as they hope to better their standings on the log.
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