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RANKED: How Arsenal’s Three January Signings Performed So Far

RANKED: How Arsenal’s Three January Signings Performed So Far

Mikel Arteta has guided Arsenal to a successful season in the Premier League this year, with strong competition from Manchester City

Despite this, Arsenal seems to be in a good position to win the league. Arsenal’s successful title challenge is due in part to their smart signings in both the summer and winter transfer windows. 

In January, they added Leandro Trossard from Brighton, Jorginho from Chelsea, and Jakub Kiwior from Spezia.


Now the question is which of these January signings was the best for Arsenal? Let’s examine them.

Leandro Trossard: A

Since joining Arsenal, Leandro Trossard has been impressive, showcasing his skills as a forward by contributing a goal and an assist. 

He poses a continuous threat and has added healthy competition to the infallible winger partnership of Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli. 

Trossard’s versatility also allows him to play on both flanks and as a striker, making him a valuable backup option to Gabriel Jesus and Eddie Nketiah.

Jorginho: B-

On transfer deadline day, Jorginho made a surprising move from Chelsea to Arsenal. At 31 years old, the Italian midfielder may not be at his peak, but he remains a dependable player in the Premier League.

During his debut, Jorginho replaced Thomas Partey in a match against Everton, which resulted in a 1-0 loss for Arsenal. However, since then, he has performed much better.

 Jorginho’s strength lies in his excellent passing ability and solid defensive instincts. While he may struggle to keep up with a fast-paced game at times, he has been effective in front of Arsenal’s back line.

Jakub Kiwior: N/A

Jakub Kiwior’s performance for Arsenal is challenging to assess at this point because he has not played for the senior team yet. Currently, he has only featured in U23 games since joining the club.

 At 23 years old and standing at 6ft 2, Kiwior was signed with the club’s future in mind. 

He has shown a decent defensive mindset in U23 games, but his standout quality appears to be his passing ability.

RANKED: How Arsenal’s Three January Signings Performed So Far

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