Fabian Delph emerges as Arsenal target

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Arsenal and Everton are both interested in the signature of Aston Villa midfielder, Fabian Delph, according to the Sunday Mirror

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Midfield reinforcements

The report claims Delph, who recently won his first England cap, is reluctant to sign a new deal at Villa which could see him leave for free next summer.

Villa's proposed offer to Delph was reportedly an improved deal to his current contract however Delph may have his sights set on a move to a higher-placed club.

Although Arsenal have numerous midfielders, Mathieu Flamini and Mikel Arteta are evidently weakening, and the need for a ball-winning midfielder has grown every season since the departure of Alex Song in 2012.

Other options

Although Wenger has a clear interest in Delph, Southampton midfielders Victor Wanyama and Morgan Schneiderlin have also caught the eye of the Gunners boss. 

With the club continuously being linked with Borussia Dortmund's Sven Bender as well, Wenger has plenty of options if he chooses to strengthen in January.

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