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Arsenal to show creative side in transfer market amid Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang uncertainty

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Arsenal will have to be creative in the next transfer window as they will not have much cash to spend.

But keep an eye on Bournemouth’s Ryan Fraser as he is a free agent in the summer, his stats are impressive in terms of assists and creating chances.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang seems likely to go as he will have one year left, Alexandre Lacazette wants Champions League football and maybe they can raise funds to reshuffle the squad rather than have to sell keeper Bernd Leno who is attracting big interest.

Matteo Guendouzi is not an established first pick and yet would raise funds if they had to cash in.

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Meanwhile, Arsenal have won just three matches since Mikel Arteta took over as manager in December but playmaker Mesut Ozil says the team have improved thanks to the Spaniard's fresh tactical approach.

Arsenal are 10th in the Premier League on 31 points, 10 behind fourth-placed Chelsea, but Ozil said the players are still targeting a Champions League qualification spot with 13 games left to play.

"It's just two months that Mikel has been here, and we have improved a lot tactically," said Ozil.

"Everyone knows ... in which position they have to play or how (the manager) wants to attack or make a lot of pressure on the opposite team.

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"We know it is a hard season for us but we want to win games to take the points to be maybe at the end of the season in the top four. Our goal is to be in the Champions League."

Arteta, who took over from interim coach Freddie Ljungberg, has said he hopes to use their mid-season training camp in Dubai to help get his ideas across quicker and ensure results improve in the second half of the campaign.

In terms of his own future at the club, Ozil said he is unsure what will happen when his contract expires next year.

"After this season I have one more year and after that I don't know what will happen because I can't see the future," he said. "What I can do is give everything for the team, for myself, to be successful and let's see what happens in the future."

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