There is still time for a lot of businesses to be completed in the transfer market and Wenger still has time to let go all the redundant players within his rank.
It appears Gedion Zelalem won’t be spending the spring with Arsenal. According to Steven Goff of The Washington Post, there’s an upcoming move for the American youth international:
What does “interesting teams” mean? Could they be Major League Soccer teams? Or maybe other top clubs in big leagues? Or maybe a unique option like Liga MX or the K-League?
Possible news this week on Arsenal loaning US youth intl Gedion Zelalem for rest of season. "Interesting teams" in mix, I'm told. #Gunners
— Steven Goff (@SoccerInsider) January 18, 2017
What we do know is that he won’t be transferring to Borussia Dortmund this winter. As revealed by Borrussia Dortmund’s manager last week the German club won’t be going after Zelalem “right now” and it won’t “add somebody in January”.
Zelalem, 19, has made two appearances with Arsenal this season, both in the EFL Cup. He’s mainly played with the reserves in the Premier League 2. His contract is up this summer. He spent the 2015-2016 season on loan with Rangers in the Scottish Championship.