Arsene Wenger has confirmed the club are yet to receive any bids for Carl Jenkinson or Mathieu Debuchy who are both expected to leave the club in January.
Former Hull City boss Mike Phelan had admitted the club had held talks about taking Jenkinson on loan, but said they faced stiff competition for his signature.
Marco Silva has since taken over from Phelan although it remains to be seen if he will pursue their interest in the full-back.
Debuchy has also admitted he wants to leave the club with reports claiming Wenger wants to sell the Frenchman after falling out with him over recent comments.
However, when asked about both players during his pre-match press conference, Wenger admitted, via Arsenal‘s official website, they were yet to receive any bids: “No. We’ll see what happens.”
Arsenal have been linked with Porto full back Ricardo Pereira in recent days but Wenger says he is not on their agenda: “No, we are not [interested in him].”
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Wenger has also been rumoured to be keen on signing Miralem Pjanic and Steven N’Zonzi but the Gunners boss has played down talk of players coming in.
“In our club, who is going out? Nobody at the moment. Who is coming in? Nobody. The best way would’ve been to get Cazorla back, to get Danny Welbeck back,” he said.
“Anyway, there is very little hope to find players of that quality in the January transfer market. So the best way to deal with that is to get our injured players back.”
Despite the apparent lack of activity so far it would still be a surprise if Jenkinson or Debuchy did not leave this winter although incomings may be thin on the ground.