Wenger plans loan deals - reports

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Arsene Wenger has reportedly made a number of Arsenal youngsters available for loan.

According to talkSPORT, the Gunners boss will allow some of his teenage stars to depart the north London in the short-term in order to further their education.

Of those in line to leave the Emirates Stadium, Dutch midfielder Oğuzhan Özyakup is alleged to be attracting interest from German champions Genk.

Arsenal could also send out Craig Eastmond and Gavin Hoyte on loan, while Ignasi Miquel and Ryo Miyaichi could be made available further down the line.

However, it is claimed that Wenger has yet to make a decision on Francis Coquelin or Emmanuel Frimpong, who are on the fringes of the Arsenal first team.

The Arsenal boss, meanwhile, is reported to be lining up a January move Hugo Rodallega as he looks to reinforce his goalscoring department.

The Wigan striker could be available during the transfer window, while Arsenal have also been linked with German hotshot Lukas Podolski.

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