The two latest names join the likes of Bournemouth's Harry Arter, Arsenal'sFrancis Coquelin and Newcastle's Jonjo Shelvey in all being reported as possible recruits at the London Stadium this month. "I don't want to speak about hypothesis", Marcelinosaid on Tuesday night when asked for his opinion about the Arsenal midfielder.
Speaking about Coquelin's move, he told Sky Sports: 'I'm happy for him because he's going to go to a team that is challenging at the minute in a very hard league to win.
However Wenger did admit that the player could well leave the Emirates during the January transfer window.
Coquelin has only started one Premier League game this season.
Bitter cold and below zero wind chills to end 2017
That'll be short lived, however, because Wednesday another push of cold air moves in sending us close to double digits below zero. Expect wind chills to range from 5 below zero to 10 below zero tonight and 10 below zero to near 20 below zero Sunday night.
Fired Google engineer James Damore sues company
It accuses the company of failing to protect employees with conservative views, including supporting US President Donald Trump. The duo claims that Google discriminates against white male conservatives.
Mega Millions jackpot climbs to $343M; Powerball reaches $440M
Lottery players across the country are hoping for some good luck to start 2018 with hundreds of millions of dollars up for grabs. Mega Millions made a chance in October, giving you more numbers to choose from and making it harder to hit the jackpot.
David Letterman returns to TV with Obama interview
He has appeared infrequently in public since then; he made a cameo on NatGeo's " Year of Living Dangerously " docuseries. Former President Obama, the show's inaugural guest, will give his first TV talk show appearance since leaving office.