ARSENAL owner Stan Kroenke's son, Josh, went into the dressing room following Wednesday's 3-1 home defeat to Premier League title rivals, Manchester City.
The Gunners went into the title clash three points ahead of their rivals, while also holding a game in hand.
Kevin de Bruyne opened the scoring for Man City, but the defending champions were pegged back close to half-time with Bukayo Saka converting from 12 yards.
City did, however, regain composure in the second 45, with Jack Grealish and Erling Haaland extending the scoreline.
After the game, Arsenal owner Kroenke's son, Josh, visited what was undoubtedly a disappointed dressing room.
And the American's post-match presence has fans saying the same thing: He's apologising for the lack of January signings.
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Arsenal brought in £53.3million worth of players in the winter window.
The Gunners signed Jorginho from London rivals Chelsea, and Leandro Trossard from Brighton.
Arsenal also explored the Italian market and came back with highly-rated Poland international Jakub Kiwior from Spezia.
One fan said: "Thats not where we need him!
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"We needed him to spend Money in January!!!"
Another tweeted: "Hopefully to apologize for not spending."
A third added: "Transfer window big singing would’ve made the difference."
While others have asked if he can play as a striker, with fans discontent with Eddie Nketiah's contribution, despite the Hale End academy product scoring four league goals in his last eight.
The loss to Man City saw Mikel Arteta's men drop to second, only by goal difference.
The Gunners do still have a game in hand – but there's no guarantee they'll win it.
A potential Prem title decider will take place at City's Etihad home on April 26.
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