Three deals that will be done before deadline day

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ARSENAL transfer news is expected to filter through in the coming days. Express Sport has rounded up the host of transfers that could go through in the next week.

Arsenal transfer news has provided mostly frustration for fans in the January window so far.

The Gunners are reportedly limited to loan signings in the coming weeks while Sven Mslintat left his role as Head of Recruitment at the weekend, adding to the chaos.

However, several transfer breakthroughs are expected to be made soon.

Express Sport has rounded up which Arsenal transfer deals could be finalised in the next week

IN: Denis Suarez (from Barcelona)

IN: Emil Audero (from Juventus)

Following the news that Petr Cech will retire from football at the end of the season, Arsenal have been linked with a young goalkeeper.

Juventus ace Audero has played every minute of the Serie A campaign on loan at Fiorentina.

The 22-year-old stopper has been linked with a big move to north London by Gianluca Di Marzio and could be drafted in before the end of the window.

Spanish football expert Guillem Balague has provided an update on Denis Suarez’s proposed move to the Emirates.

Speaking on the Guillem Balague Transfer Show, he said: “The agreement between Denis Suarez and Barcelona is that he can go on loan.

“But they want Arsenal to agree an obligation to buy him at the end of the season £22m (€25m) and £26.5m (€30m).

“Now that’s what is holding the deal at the moment because Arsenal don’t want to just agree on that just yet.”

With the transfer window approaching the final stretch, the Gunners could confirm a deal soon, especially with Barcelona signing Kevin-Prince Boateng as a replacement.

OUT: Aaron Ramsey (to Juventus)

One of the transfer sagas of the January window is finally set to draw to a close.

Ramsey’s switch to Juventus is all-but confirmed with boss Unai Emery accepting the midfielder will depart.

The Spanish manager said: “We spoke about the circumstance with Ramsey three months ago and now the decision is finished for him and for the club.”

It remains unclear as to whether Ramsey will sign immediately for a fee or sign a pre-contract agreement to complete a deal in the summer.

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