Xhaka to be sold by Arsenal following fall-out with fans and Barca wants Aubameyang

Granit Xhaka's days at Arsenal are numbered, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is attracting attention from Barcelona, James Rodriguez could be moving to the Premier League and Ibrahimovic has reportedly signed for AC Milan. 

Xhaka set for Arsenal exit in January 
Granit Xhaka is reportedly set for a January exit from the Emirates Stadium after recent events which saw him appear to swear at Arsenal fans and be stripped of the captaincy. The Mirror report that the Swiss international has accepted that his time in north London is up and will seek a move back to the Bundesliga in the winter transfer window. Xhaka was booed off as he was substituted in Arsenal's 2-2 home draw against Crystal Palace and swore at fans before heading straight down the tunnel. Xhaka was demoted as club captain and is yet to feature for the Gunners since the incident which happened in October. 

...and the new captain could be leaving in January too 
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was picked by manager Unai Emery to replace Xhaka as club captain, but he could also be on the move in January as well. The Express report that Barcelona are looking at bringing in Aubameyang, who is said to be having second thoughts about staying at the Emirates. The 30-year-old has attracted the attention of the Catalan club, with coach Ernesto Valverde planning to play Aubameyang on the left side of his attacking trio. The Gabonese forward could be tempted by the move, but only at the end of the season if Arsenal fail to qualify for the Champions League. 

James Rodriguez moving to the Premier League? 
Real Madrid playmaker James Rodriguez could be on the move again - this time permanently. The Sun report that the Colombian international is to be offloaded by the Spanish giants in January, with a host of Premier League clubs ready to pounce. Rodriguez recently spent two years on loan at Bayern Munich but failed to complete a permanent transfer away from Madrid last summer. Manchester United could be the club to make it happen, with Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane interested in using Rodriguez as a bargaining chip in his bid to bring Paul Pogba to the Bernabeu. 

Ibra is back in Milan 
MLS commissioner Don Graber has declared that Zlatan Ibrahimovic has signed for AC Milan after leaving LA Galaxy. The former Swedish international has previously played in Italy for Juventus, Inter Milan and AC Milan, and he is now set to return to the Rossoneri. Graber stated, "he is 38 years old and has now been signed by Milan, one of the biggest clubs in the world" in his claim that the Ibra transfer is a done deal. Zlatan won the Serie A title with Milan back in the 2010-11 season.

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