MIKEL ARTETA is still waiting for his first win as Arsenal manager after a Chelsea late-show at the Emirates.

Leading with ten minutes to go, Arsenal somehow managed to surrender a 1-0 lead and lost their fourth home match on the spin.

Meanwhile, RB Leipzig's Dayot Upamecano is tipped for a move tot he Premier League, with Arsenal among a trio interested in the young French defender.

But Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could be leaving the club, with Barcelona and Inter Milan interested.

Follow all the latest gossip and updates from North London below…

  • IT IS January 1!

    That of course means it is time to celebrate the New Year, make our resolutions and sing Auld Lang Syne.

    But more importantly, it means the transfer window has officially reopened.

    Clubs have until 11pm on Friday January 31 to complete any deals and bolster their squad ahead of the second half of the season.

  • ARSENAL are looking to Scotland for a potential signing.

    Daily Mail say six Rangers matches have hosted Gunners scouts casting an eye on Glen Kamara.

    The Finn came through the Arsenal youth ranks before joining Dundee and a summer switch across to Rangers.

    But with Kamara starring under Steven Gerrard, there could be space for him back in North London.

  • ATLETICO MADRID'S Thomas Lemar has pulled up with a hamstring injury amid Arsenal's reported monitoring of the winger.

    A problem in the Frenchman's right leg has made him doubtful for Saturday's game with Levante.

    No timeframe has been placed on Lemar's return to action.

    In fact, Atleti were rumoured to be giving him a start in their next match and Arsenal are said to need to place a “considerable offer” to sign Lemar.

  • MANCHESTER UNITED travelled to London for their clash with Arsenal without Paul Pogba.

    The Frenchman, 26, was not pictured with the rest of his team-mates as they got on the train at Stockport station.

    Pogba missed the weekend victory over Burnley but was spotted at a charity football match in central France on Sunday cheering on his brothers.

    It could mean that he is making his own way to London and will link up with the rest of the squad in the capital instead of travelling on the train on New Year's Eve.

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