Arsenal and Spurs linked with 18-goal contributions star winger as Gunners defender wanted in Serie A

Arsenal are set to rival Spurs for the signature of a polish winger, while one of the Gunners' defenders could leave on loan.

With the January transfer window just two days away from slamming shut, every second counts as teams across the country to push season-defining signings over the line. It has been a quiet window for Arsenal - but there is still time left.

The Gunners have entered the race to snap up a Polish winger - they'll be joined by bitter rivals Tottenham Hotspur in the race to bring him on board. Meanwhile, one of Arsenal's defenders is 'in talks' with AC Milan regarding a potential loan move - but who is it?

Arsenal to rival Tottenham for Sebastian Szymanski

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Tottenham have been linked with Fenerbahce winger Sebastian Szymanski in the January transfer window - now, Arsenal are believed to have thrown their hat into the ring. This is according to a report from FootballTransfers, who also mention that Manchester United have been previously interested in him.

A dynamic player who can also play as a number ten and as a central midfielder, Szymanski has scored nine Turkish Super Lig goals this season, as well as picking up nine assists - due to this, it is easy to see why he is turning so many heads.

AC Milan 'in talks' to sign Jakub Kiwior on loan

AC Milan have reportedly 're-opened talks' to bring Arsenal defender on loan until the end of the season, according to Calciomercato. Kiwior is keen to get more first-team football - something he is not currently receiving at Arsenal, as he is firmly below William Saliba and Gabriel on the totem pole.

So far this season, Kiwior has made nine Premier League appearances for the Gunners, failing to score a goal or register an assist. Suffice to say, he has not set the world alight since his move to North London - a loan move could be just what he needs.

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