Unai Emery says Arsenal can't make permanent signings this month

Unai Emery

Arsenal are fifth in the Premier League three points behind fourth-placed Chelsea

Arsenal boss Unai Emery has admitted the Gunners checkbook is closed this month, and that anyone incoming at the Emirates will do so only on loan. But at the moment I don't have news on that.

Arsenal midfielder Ainsley Maitland-Niles says the club are finally travelling in the right direction under Unai Emery. I know the club is working to find players who can help us, with this condition.

Arsenal are fifth in the Premier League, just outside the Champions League qualification places, and play West Ham United away tomorrow lunchtime.

Suarez's arrival may also help offset the summer departure of Aaron Ramsey, with the Wales global having agreed terms with Serie A champions Juventus ahead of a free transfer at the end of the season.

"We can not sign anyone permanently".

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The Wales worldwide, 28, has been in talks with a number of European clubs and can agree a pre-contract agreement with a foreign side before moving in the summer for free. "My last conversation with him is very important", Emery said.

"But I am happy with every player today, it is really some injuries that didn't help us in the last matches because we struggled with different injuries with the players".

'We are working, and also thinking and speaking with our performance [analyst] Darren [Burgess] and Julen Masach [strength and conditioning coach], for this week and this month.

The Gunners go into the London derby buoyed by back-to-back wins following a stuttering run of results.

Arsenal confirmed that Shkodran Mustafi, Laurent Koscielny, Hector Bellerin, Nacho Monreal, Konstantinos Mavropanos and Mesut Ozil were all back in full training ahead of facing West Ham.

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