Arsenal are off the back of a feisty draw with Tottenham in the North London Derby, where two-goals apiece saw the teams take one point for their troubles. With that action now out of the way, there's another busy week ahead for the Gunners to prepare for, with games coming thick and first.
First up is a short trip away to Brentford tomorrow as Mikel Arteta looks to progress his side through to the fourth round of the EFL Cup. A match with Bournemouth follows at the weekend back in the Premier League, before Champions League action and a run that includes Manchester City.
It tees up a tough few weeks, with results needed to keep the side on track across all the competitions that they are still a part of. With that said, here's a look at the latest headlines before another busy day at the Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal are stepping up their interest in Brentford striker Ivan Toney ahead of the January transfer window, according to a report from The Mirror. The Gunners are claimed to be interested in bolstering their forward ranks in the coming months, with the England international viewed as the ideal option.
The Bees are open to selling Toney in the window, who is yet to play this season due to a ban for breaking betting regulations, with £60million the current valuation.
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Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has backed Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale to leave the club in January amid a competition for places in the squad. The England international has been first choice for most of his tenure at the Emirates Stadium, having joined from SheffieldRead on football.london