Arsenal Only Operating In Loan Market, Unai Emery Admits

Arsenal transfer news Denis Suarez tells Barcelona who he wants to play for next

Arsenal transfer news Denis Suarez tells Barcelona who he wants to play for next

Arsenal boss Unai Emery has reportedly given the go-ahead for the club to negotiate the transfer of Yannick Ferreira Carrasco from Chinese Super League side Dalian Yifang.

The Spaniard also said he would be happy if no signings were made throughout the month.

"Only loan players", Emery said in his pre-match press conference before being asked about Denis Suarez, one of the players linked with a loan move to the Emirates.

"We can not sign permanently. But we can only sign on a loan and I know the club is working for the possibility of players who can help us with this condition".

According to Goal, Suarez has been "convinced" by Emery, who was in charge at Sevilla when the player enjoyed a successful loan spell there during the 2014/15 season. Only loan players. I can say to you that the club is working, the club is telling me the different situations in each moment.

Arsenal have won their last three Premier League games against the Hammers but Emery's side have struggled on the road in recent weeks.

Five players were signed last summer - Bernd Leno, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Lucas Torreira, Matteo Guendouzi - but all came in for a total outlay of less than £75million. "At the moment, we haven't had any news today about that".

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Though he is keen to bolster his squad but Arsenal being short on money can only afford transfer at loans.

'We are working, and also thinking and speaking with our performance [analyst] Darren [Burgess] and Julen Masach [strength and conditioning coach], for this week and this month. I know these players and they are very good players.

"We pushed him and he was playing three matches during the week, but not ninety minutes each match".

But that offer was withdrawn by the club in September for football and financial reasons.

"I don't know his situation now", Emery said.

"I asked at Blackpool if he was OK to help us play and he said: "Yeah, coach, I want to play" and he played with a very big behaviour and commitment to us".

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