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Frimpong eyeing loan switch

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Emmanuel Frimpong has quashed speculation he will leave Arsenal in January but has indicated that he would like to go out on loan.

Frimpong broke in to the Arsenal first-team squad last year and was then loaned to Wolves in January but a serious knee injury cut short his season. He returned to action in September but has only played two games for the Gunners since and that has prompted speculation the 20-year-old was set to leave the club, but Frimpong took to Twitter to deny that was the case.

The Ghanaian, who has 18 months left on his current deal, does want to go out on loan, however, with Wolves and Ipswich, who are managed by former Wanderers boss Mick McCarthy, both thought to be interested in the combative midfielder.

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