Ousmane Dembele is being watched by Arsenal, as PSG mulls selling the £50 million sensation.Ousmane Dembele is being watched by Arsenal, as PSG mulls selling the £50 million sensation.

After a sluggish start, Paris Saint-Germain could consider offers in the January transfer window even if they only acquired Ousmane Dembele during the summer transfer window.
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Before the January transfer market opens, Ousmane Dembele of Paris Saint-Germain is being closely watched by Arsenal, Tottenham, and West Ham.

The 26-year-old striker was acquired by PSG from Barcelona in the summer for £50 million, but he has struggled to adjust to life with the French champions. And according to PSG, if Luis Enrique deems it’s a possibility, he might be allowed to join the Premier League on loan in January.

In the summer, PSG also acquired young striker Randal Kolo Muani from Frankfurt in a £76.4 million deadline day move, in addition to acquiring Portuguese center forward Goncalo Ramos for an initial fee of £63 million. Additionally, they strengthened competition for forward positions when Lionel Messi and Neymar left for the MLS and Saudi Arabia, respectively, by signing offensive midfielders Marco Asensio, Bradley Barcola, and Kang In Lee during the summer transfer window.

All five of PSG’s recent games have included Dembele, who scored 40 goals in 119 games for Barcelona. However, he has yet to score, leading to calls for his dismissal. However, Enrique has openly backed the attacker and expressed confidence that he would immediately find his scoring touch.

Enrique remarked in midweek, “If I were a fan of a team, I would pay to see Ousmane Dembele.” He is a whole new player. He works magic, is erratic, and overflows.

The day that happens, I’m confident he’ll score a lot later. It’s true that he might have missed things and didn’t score his first goal. It goes like this for every attacker. Having a player is excellent for a coach to have.

Both Tottenham and Arsenal have had a solid start to the season and have previously been associated with Dembele. Although they signed Jurrien Timber, Declan Rice, Kai Havertz, and David Raya during the summer, the Gunners were unable to secure a forward player who could relieve either Bukayo Saka or Gabriel Martinelli of their workload.

Brennan Johnson was acquired by Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou in the last minutes of the summer transfer window, but other reinforcements are still required in light of Harry Kane’s departure. With Hammers manager David Moyes eager to strengthen his assault, West Ham is also searching for extra firepower in January.

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