Arsenal have been handed massive boost in a bid to bolster their squad before the close of the January transfer window.
Paris St Germain have reportedly made Jese Rodriguez and Grzegorz Krychowiak available in the current transfer window, putting numerous Premier League clubs on alert.
According to The Sun, PSG are open to either of the pair leaving on loan or on a permanent deal this month.
Jese’s future has been the subject of much speculation in recent weeks with the former Real Madrid player failing to make an impact at the Parc de Princes following his £21million summer arrival. The forward has started just one Ligue 1 game and over his 14 appearances in all competitions has managed to score just twice.
Poland midfielder Krychowiak is allegedly of particular interest to Arsene Wenger, with the defensive midfielder providing the ideal cover for the injured Francis Coquelin. He can also play as a centre-back, a versatility that could attract other managers