But elsewhere the Emirates is awash with speculation over the future of ex-boss Arsene Wenger … and our round-up below of the latest stories also includes one of the strangest "apologies" ever – from Uli Hoeness on calling Mesut Ozil s**t.
PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG showed off his unusual style, turning up to an interview with Alex Scott in fluffy sleepers.
The Gunners striker was talking ahead of their clash against Leicester City on Monday.
NO NEW FACES
UNAI EMERY is set to be stuck with his current squad for the remainder of the season.
Arsenal's new football chief Raul Sanllehi has revealed that the club are not looking to sign any new players in the January transfer window.
NO KOSC-CUTTING ON FITNESS
UNAI EMERY has told Arsenal skipper Laurent Koscielny to be patient and wait until December for his return.
The French defender is back in training after being out since May with an Achilles problem.
WENGER FOR REAL OR BAYERN?
ARSENE WENGER is sure to return as a manager, maybe even with Real Madrid or Bayern Munich if he is patient.
Read why SunSport's Martin Lipton is making such a prediction for the ex-Arsenal boss by clicking here.
ULI'S C**P APOLOGY
BAYERN MUNICH president Uli Hoeness says he should not have called Arsenal star Mesut Ozil 's**t'… because c**p would have been a better word.
Hoeness blasted Ozil after the midfielder claimed racism and discrimination were factors in him quitting international football – after he flopped at the World Cup.
ALBERT-OFF TO ARSENAL
THE GUNNERS will look to sign Liverpool's unsettled full-back Alberto Moreno.
The Spaniard could leave on a free next summer – and a move to Arsenal would see him reunite with former Sevilla boss Unai Emery.
MALCOM IN THE MIDDLE
THE GUNNERS face a battle with local rivals Tottenham in their race to sign Barcelona's Malcom.
The Brazilian has struggled since moving to Spain in the summer, making just two appearances so far this season.
JACK: DON'T LET RAM GO
JACK WILSHERE has urged Arsenal to KEEP Aaron Ramsey – and make him captain.
Everton have joined Chelsea in monitoring the Wales midfielder – who could leave in January – but ex-Gunner Wilshere said: "He’s a great player – if it was me I know I would want to keep him around."
ANKLE KEEPS SOK OUT
BOSS Unai Emery has revealed centre-back Sokratis is a major doubt for Arsenal's clash at home to Leicester on Monday.
The Greece star hurt his ankle in a 2-1 defeat to Finland – but goalkeeper Petr Cech is nearing a return.
ARSENE WENGER is more than a touch confident he will find a new managerial job – and he looks confident with his touch ON the field too.
Click HERE to see the Frenchman, who exited Arsenal in the summer after 22 years as boss, show a classy shimmy and pass in a charity match as he builds up to his return to the game
WIL STILL OUT OF LUCK
FORMER Arsenal favourite Jack Wilshere seems just as unlucky with injuries at West Ham as he was at the Emirates – as he suffered ANOTHER blow.
The ex-England midfielder's ankle has flared up after surgery that was expected to keep him out for only six weeks – having already not played since the Hammers' 1-0 home defeat to Wolves on September 1.
LAUR AND ORDER
LAURENT KOSCIELNY has returned to training for Arsenal ahead of schedule.
The Frenchman had been out of action since picking up an achilles injury earlier this year.
EVERTON have joined the race for Aaron Ramsey, who is set to leave the Emirates for free in the summer.
Arsenal had offered the Welsh midfielder a new deal, but recently took that offer of the table — and Toffees boss Marco Silva is now looking to snap him up.
CHEEK OF IT
ARSENAL are looking to snap up Chelsea outcast Ruben Loftus-Cheek in a shock January move, according to reports.
The 22-year-old wants to quit the Blues in the transfer window after failing to get near Maurizio Sarri’s starting eleven.
ARSENAL could be without Sokratis after the Greek star picked up an injury over the international break.
The defender may now miss Monday night's clash with Leicester with a twisted ankle.
'GERMANY NEEDS OZIL'
ARSENE WENGER insists Germany need Mesut Ozil and manager Joachim Low needs to convince the Arsenal playmaker to end his international retirement.
The Gunners playmaker quit the national side with a lengthy statement that suggested the German FA treats him unfavourably because of his Turkish heritage.
'OFFERS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD'
ARSENE WENGER says he will return to management on January 1 after receiving "enquiries from all over the world" – and hinted that he may be returning to Japan.
The 68-year-old's 22-year Arsenal reign came to a close at the end of last season.
BARELL OF LAUGHS
ARSENAL have been linked with a January move for Cagliari midfielder Nicolo Barella.
The Italian has impressed Gunners scouts and the club are now set to join Manchester United and Liverpool in the £31m battle for his signature.
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