Giroud is out until the new year after hurting his ankle in Arsenal’s 2-2 draw at Everton. AFP PHOTO / LINDSEY PARNABY
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is keeping a close eye on the transfer market but says finding a replacement for injured striker Olivier Giroud is not crucial to his team's hopes of mounting a Premier League title challenge.Having splashed out 42.5 million pounds ($70.5 million) on German midfielder Mesut Ozil a year ago, Wenger is not afraid to spend money late, but he is confident his attacking options are good enough to compete even if there are no more arrivals.Wenger said Mikel Arteta and Kieran Gibbs will miss the Leicester match through injury, while Aaron Ramsey is eligible after being suspended for Wednesday's Champions League second leg playoff victory over Besiktas.
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