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Three Juventus stars to join Arsenal in January

Arsenal want to sign three Juventus stars in the January transfer window, according to Marca.

Arsenal spent £156.8 million on five new signings last summer bringing in Aaron Ramsdale, Benjamin White, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Martin Odegaard and Takehiro Tomiyasu.

Now the Premier League side has identified Aaron Ramsey, Arthur Melo and Dejan Kulusevski as possible additions come January.

Arsenal want to bolster their midfield options before they lose Thomas Partey and Mohamed Elneny to the African Cup of Nations, AFCON, next month.

Midfielder Ramsey has struggled since leaving Arsenal for Juventus back in 2019 and has played just 98 minutes so far this season.

He could even have his contract terminated at Juventus which could help the potential for a sensational return to Arsenal.

Newcastle are also interested in signing Ramsey in January, as their new owners look to help the club avoid relegation.

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