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Arteta has now decided Arsenal will reject all bids for ‘extraordinary’ £20m player in January


In order to preserve defensive depth, Mikel Arteta of Arsenal intends to turn down any offers made for Jakub Kiwior during the January transfer window.

According to a report from the Sunday Mirror (19/11; page 75), the Poland international is admired by teams like Roma and AC Milan.

Given how his first year at Arsenal has gone, Jakub Kiwior might be feeling a bit let down. During the most recent January window, he came for £20 million. Regretfully, he hasn’t consistently been able to push his way into the side.

Jakub Kiwior’s January departure from Arsenal is prevented by Mikel Arteta
When he played for Arsenal in the final stretch of the previous campaign, Kiwior did not always make an impression. Additionally, in eight of the Gunners’ first twelve Premier League games, he has not been utilised as a replacement.

Mikel Arteta allegedly prevented Kiwior from signing a summer loan with Sevilla, according to reports from TVP Sport. It appears that anyone contacting the Gunners for a deal during the winter window will receive a response along these lines.

Arsenal intends to reject any proposals for Kiwior in January, according to a report in The Sunday Mirror (19/11; page 75). Both Roma and AC Milan are interested in the 23-year-old. However, it does not appear that a return to Serie A is planned for the near future.

The Gunners are unable to afford to loan any members of their first squad.
Kiwior could find the news annoying. However, the Gunners have truly suffered a setback due to Jurrien Timber’s chronic ailment.

Arsenal appears prepared to challenge for the Premier League championship this coming season. If anything, they will prefer to bolster in January as opposed to permitting players to go on loan.

If Arsenal was to get a substantial amount from the “extraordinary” Kiwior and see him depart permanently, perhaps things would be different. Short-term gains from a loan exit are unlikely for the Gunners, though. Thus you may appreciate Arteta’s position.


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