After Arsenal’s bad start to the season, Mikel Arteta has managed to change her form in the last few weeks, much to the relief of the fans.The Gunners had a busy summer transfer window with the roster expanding several times – and now their values ​​have been revealed

Arteta brought in Thomas Partey, Gabriel Magalhaes, Pablo Mari, Runar Alex Runarsson, Cedric Soares and Willian to help the club in north London get closer to the top four

However, injury issues have disrupted Arsenal’s signings and their starts at the club In particular, the marquee arrivals Partey and Gabriel are fighting for their fitness

With the January window now open, several players will be leaving the Emirates Stadium this month as there are no minutes under Arteta

With the half of the season and the January window open, we used Transfermarkt to find out the latest market values ​​for each of Arsenal’s squads and how they have changed since the summer

Former Atletico Madrid midfielder Partey saw his shares surge by £ 9m after moving to north London last year

The Ghanaian international is now worth £ 45m, despite injuries playing a huge part in his start at his new club

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang cut his price by £ 9million after a slow start to the season with the Gunners, which left him with just one open-play goal in the Premier League between late August and mid-December

Another reason the Gabonese striker is depreciating could be his age, as the Arsenal captain turned 32 in June

Unsurprisingly, Bukayo Saka has added value after having been in good shape for Arteta’s side this season

The youngster has played such a big role in everything Arsenal did offensively well in the early stages of the season

Nicolas Pepe, the man who paved the way for Saka this season, has seen his £ 4 drop in price5m as it is linked to a move from North London

Although Gabriel was absent from the Emirates for much of his time, his value has increased by £ 72m after showing his talent in his first few games for his new club


Kieran Tierney, who was brilliant during that tenure, has posted a £ 3 loss in value6m along with opposite full-back Hector Bellerin

Gabriel Martinelli went missing from an injury for most of the campaign and returned to the field last month, but his price has stayed the same

Mesut Ozil is worth just £ 45m, with the former Germany international being banned from Arteta’s plans entirely this season

Ozil is expected to leave this month or summer when his contract expires, which is another reason for its low price

Sokratis is in a similar situation The Greek center-back is now worth £ 36m which is a decrease of £ 18m

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