David Ornstein: Arsenal won't make permanent moves in winter
- Arsenal spent over £100m in the summer.
- Ornstein says the Gunners will have a low-key mid-season transfer campaign.
- He adds that the club will not make more than two loan moves.
According to reputable journalist David Ornstein of The Athletic, Arsenal won't make any permanent signings in January after spending big in the summer.
The Gunners shelled out in the excess of £130m during the last transfer window, including the record-breaking signing of Nicolas Pepe (£72m).
The club's chiefs Raul Sanllehi and Edu Gaspar are ready to sign players only on a short-term basis to provide a cover or add competition to the current squad if necessary.
According to Ornstein's information, Arsenal will make a maximum of two loan moves in the winter. They are looking for a left centre-half, a midfielder and possibly a full-back.