Arsenal are considering the option of recalling two of their players that are currently out on loan.
Respected journalist David Ornstein of the BBC claim that the Gunners have limited financial resources for this transfer window and are exploring other options to improve the squad.
The Arsenal squad has suffered in recent weeks because of several long-term injuries to important players.
It was revealed that the North Londoners are trying to recall Calum Chambers and Reiss Nelson back to the club.
England international defender Calum Chambers is on a season-long loan deal at fellow London side Fulham, while young forward Reiss Nelson has impressed for German Bundesliga side TSG Hoffenheim since he joined them during last summer’s transfer window.
Reiss Nelson has netted six times for TSG Hoffenheim this season.
Arsenal can recall Calum Chambers from Fulham but they will have to pay a certain fee as stipulated in the loan contract that took him to the Cottagers last summer.
He would boost the Gunners’ defensive options and also be a direct replacement for the injured Rob Holding.
For Reiss Nelson, Arsenal are reluctant to halt his tremendous progress in the German Bundesliga.
He could have been a direct replacement for Danny Welbeck who has been ruled out for the rest of the season.