Emirates Stadium side ready to make multiple moves in January transfer window.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has reportedly drawn up an extensive January transfer window wish-list according to the Daily Mirror.
The north London side have started the season in average fashion and money will be made available to Wenger as he seeks to improve his squad and though this source states a likely move for central defensive additions the four players listed fill other spots.
The need for a fresh central midfield capture will apparently see Arsenal make an offer for in-form Sevilla star Grzegorz Krychowiak whilst also keeping an eye on Everton battler James McCarthy.
Wenger could well do with a strong addition in this regard with neither Mikel Arteta or Mathieu Flamini consistently delivering the goods.
With an eye to the future, and a move to strengthen their defence, Arsenal are also said to be keen on Ipswich Town left-back Tyrone Mings, who could be converted into a centre-back.
Wenger also continues to pursue Chelesa keeper Petr Cech with the 32 year old now a second choice option for the Stamford Bridge club and a player too good to be left warming the bench.