Barcelona midfielder Denis Suarez strikes personal terms with Arsenal

Unai Emery confirms Arsenal will only sign loan players in January transfer window

Unai Emery confirms Arsenal will only sign loan players in January transfer window

Arsenal sit fifth in the Premier League and have an upcoming FA Cup fourth round tie at home to Manchester United. Together, the pair won the Europa League.

Arsenal play their 32nd game of the season against West Ham on Saturday and Emery has revealed he is making alterations to his squad's training schedule. "But we can only sign on a loan and I know the club is working for the possibility of players who can help us with this condition". "Only loan players this January".

He added: "The club is working, telling me each moment different situations can happen". And if they get one, they'll find themselves under the eye of Arsenal's newly-appointed "loans manager".

Emery was also asked about rumours Arsenal are interested in Denis Suarez, with the midfielder on the fringes at Barcelona.

'It's not easy for him to play three matches in one week, and we pushed him and he was playing three matches during the week, but not ninety minutes each match, ' said Emery.

"We can not sign permanently", he added.

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Emery was also asked about Ever Banega, a player he managed at Sevilla and is a rumoured target for the Gunners.

The Wales global, 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. "In the last match [against Blackpool in the FA Cup] I was very happy with him". His response has been very good in training and matches with good performances.

"His future belongs to him, his family and agent".

There was better news for Emery ahead of Saturday's Premier League trip to face London rivals West Ham.

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

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