Arsenal urged to target these four soon-to-be free agents

Arsenal will return to the transfer market to strengthen their squad as they continue rebuilding the club.

The Gunners spent their transfer budget on the likes of Ben White, Aaron Ramsdale and Martin Odegaard the last time.

They could benefit from the free market agency in the next transfer window and several players would be available.

101greatgoals has compiled a list of soon-to-be free agents who they can sign at the end of this season.

The report recommends that they should target moves for the likes of Denis Zakaria, Alessio Romagnoli, Franck Kessie and Andrea Belotti.

All four players are in the last year of their current deal at their clubs and would represent good value for money in the free agency market.

Zakaria of Borussia Monchengladbach will be a fine addition to the Arsenal squad and because he has been playing with Granit Xhaka in the Swiss national team, he might need less time to adapt at the Emirates.

With the likes of Rob Holding and Calum Chambers struggling, the report urges Arsenal to add Romagnoli to their squad and make him a part of a solid back-three with Ben White and Gabriel Magalhaes.

Albert Sambi Lokonga needs time, Thomas Partey is constantly injured and Xhaka loves being suspended. This makes signing Franck Kessie a smart decision as he would increase the quality of Arsenal’s midfield options.

Finally, it urges them to add Belotti to their squad as a replacement for the outgoing Alexandre Lacazette.

Tags Alessio Romagnoli Andrea Bellotti Denis Zakaria Franck Kessie


    1. For free and fair wage, he is no brainer. We can get better for 40M+ £, which is not easy to spend after club already spent 100+ in summer (50 + 20 + 10 + 30). He is an upgrade to Auba and not ready academy players.

  1. Get Zakaria if we can’t get Bissouma

    Romagnoli is too good to turn down for free

    Get Kessie

    Belotti will not take us to top four

  2. Agree. Zakaria, Romogneli and Kesy would be great additions, one that would certainly improve Arsenal greatly.

  3. if our past tells us anything, we should be very weary of “free” transfers…how about we just aggressively pursue the best player possible for the task at hand, regardless of if he’s “free” or English or left-footed etc…

    1. Sakaria is one of the best defensive midfielders in Europe and as you know we have not had a quality player in that vital position for a decade of thereby.The only doubts concerning Sakaria is his recent injury problems which would of course need to be fully investigated before we consider buying him.

      1. I’m certainly not suggesting that any of the aforementioned players can’t do a job, quite the contrary in fact, as I rate a couple of the players in question, I just don’t like our propensity to pursue “free” players simply because of the misconception that it’s functionally a no-lose proposition for the club involved…as we’ve seen this “free” designation, if the player is someone teams of some ilk covet, has a considerable amount of leverage when it comes to wage demands, terms and oft-times problematic assurances…as such, I just wish we would simply identify those players who would best fit our needs, regardless of their respective contractual situation, then pursue said players with vigour…that said, I do have some concerns over Zakaria’s injury issues

  4. I would take them all if I could for a fair wage. All are upgrades to some of the current squad players

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