There is a very high chance that Arsenal will offload three of its fringe players before the close of the European transfer window on the 2nd September, according to a variety of media outlets.
The most likely one as things stand right now is Nacho Monreal with reports coming out of Spain that he is on the verge of joining La Liga side Real Sociedad.
Then there is Mohamed Elneny with persistent reports that he is on his way to joining former teammate Laurent Koscielny at Bordeaux.
And finally, Shkodran Mustafi, though in all fairness there is not much concrete with regards to the German defender other than Emery saying he can leave and his father saying it is best for everyone if he does.
If all three are sold it should not affect Arsenal too much, the only one of the three currently in the first-team is Monreal and the truth is that he is basically included because Sead Kolasinac and Kieran Tierney are not available right now, though Kolasinac is more or less back.
In terms of fees that is all up in the air with no credible reports to rely on and while it can be argued that there are always rumours regarding Arsenal transfer business I do get the feeling that we will see at least one player exit this week and it would not surprise me at all if all three are gone by next Monday night.