Photo: £14m bid accepted?, Arsenal on the brink of first January signing

Despite a convincing 4-1 bounceback against Fulham on Tuesday, Unai Emery still has plenty of sorting out to do.

He has managed to carve out a brilliant attacking plan for the club, which has put former Bundesliga man Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at the top of the scorers’ table in the Premier League.

But Arsenal, despite possessing some of the best players up front who are in a very rude health, and never fail to bite a chance, the Gunners still have one weak spot–their defence.

It showed last week on their trip to Anfield. His side paid heavily for a horrific display at the back.

Arsenal have started this better half on the front foot. Though, still in fifth on the log, the Gunners have already thrown their hats over the fence, cutting the five-point gap between them and four-placed Chelsea who still have a match to spare.

Arsenal are keen on beefing up things at the back in the January transfer window.

Petr Cech is expected to depart the outfit at the end of the season when his contract expires. And creating a room for competition between the sticks is being craved by Unai Emery.

Getting Madrid’s Keylor Navas could unlock all that. Arsenal are stumping up 14 million pounds to seal his switch. Keylor appears to be enjoying the attention he’s getting and has teased that he could leave Madrid as he’s desperate to play first team football.