Top 3 best deals from the January Transfer Window!

1- Aubameyang to Arsenal (£60m)

This move is certainly the best solution to Arsenal’s lack of goals in recent games. The addition of the lighting quick forward will provide competition for Lacazette and possibly Arsene Wenger could use him as an LW as he did with Henry, allowing him to roam around the pitch. This transfer is a direct replacement for Sanchez and he can offer even more even though Arsenal need defensive reinforcements instead.

2- Alexis Sanchez (swap deal)

In a surprising twist during the window, the former Arsenal star decided to secure a move to the red half of Manchester instead of joining Peps squad.

It was clear last summer he wanted to leave and Mancity seemed the most likely destination, however, the chance to sign for the biggest club in England (Manchester United) is not an opportunity to waste. This is a remarkable signing for the red devils as now they can rotate players in their offensive line and if someone gets injured they are able to replace them with another classy player.

3- Virgil Van Dijk (£75m)

Liverpool definitely needed a CB as they were conceding so many goals and scoring a lot, however, to be fair to Liverpool they analysed what was wrong and what they could change or add to the squad to improve it overall and secured the signing of Virgil Van Dijk. His experience and consistent great performances at Southampton surely had multiple teams with huge interest in signing him, however, Jurgen Klopp got his man even though he was overpriced.

Southampton continues to give Liverpool their players year after year but in my opinion, this is definitely the best signing out of the previous ones from Southampton.

4- Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Swap deal)

Many Arsenal fans debate about who got the better of the swap deal involving Mkhitaryan and Alexis Sanchez, it is definitely even as the addition of Mkhitaryan provides Wenger's side with that offensive creativity and under Jose Mourinho, he improved at defending as well which is a bonus for the side.

His ability to play anywhere in the midfield would help Wenger whenever he decides to adjust his tactics. He will get plenty of assists and goals at Arsenal and will please the fans especially, to have a player who actually wants to play and put 100% effort in every match. World class players are what many Arsenal fans cried out for, so if he performs to a high standard consistently like he did at Dortmund then he should have no problems and can be acclaimed as world class.