Report – Arsenal is now preparing for a mass exodus

In this transfer window, Arsenal has made significant investments in new players, aiming to strengthen their core and improve their chances for the upcoming campaign. However, this has resulted in the club currently having an excessively large squad.

Mikel Arteta has acknowledged that the current group size is unsustainable, prompting a clear call to action for the club’s executives. As a result, Arsenal is now actively looking to offload several players, with Football Insider reporting an imminent exodus of players from the Emirates.

According to the report, the Gunners are expecting to part ways with players such as Kieran Tierney, Folarin Balogun, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Rob Holding, Nuno Tavares, and Matt Turner.

These players have been made available for transfer, and the club is encouraging interested suitors to come forward. Arsenal is open to negotiating favourable deals for their departure in order to streamline their squad and create a more manageable and balanced team for the upcoming season.

Just Arsenal Opinion

We have a big squad and the right thing to do now is to select the players we need and ensure we offload the others while we can.

These players will do well at other top clubs or mid-table sides, so we expect to see many suitors make offers for their signatures in the coming weeks.

Tags Kieran Tierney Nuno Tavares


  1. Arsenal has a list of thirty five players attached to the first team, with one more player reportedly on the verge of joining the Emirates jagannath.

    This would means Arsenal need to shave off effectively eleven players, so we should let the exodus begin and stop the preparing.

    But if this departure list is correct am seeing one or two interesting names listing above.

  2. It is quite obvious that Arsenal have to sell more of their players this summer window after they had sold Granit Xhaka for £25m early in the window.
    So that they will sufficiently recoup a large chunk of the over £ 200m they’ve invested to sign 3 new top quality players early in the window. And for the club to still bring in additional new top quality player this summer. And who will fit in into Arteta’s Arsenal project. The club may have to unfortunately have to offload on sales some of their top qualities. Whose sales value is considered high and who Arteta considers not suitable for his project. Such as Balogun for £50m, Tierney for £30m and Turney for £25m by my own reckoning, for a total sum of £105m recouped. Which I believe Arsenal can get but if they are patient to not be too eager to sell them at giveaway prices.

    1. Wow, Well Samuel that’s a very interesting way to recoup Declan Rice cost of £105 mill

    1. I agree with you!
      Tierney is needed at the Emirates as cover up. He assists a goal each time he starts a match though, he has injury issues but, could be managed.

    2. I 100% agree, i also dont see any reason to sell him at all.
      Also we got turner for a good price he is a top notch keeper
      Why would We sell him? To go back and buy another keeper for a way higher price?
      To me sell the other two keepers we hqve and bring in one
      Everyone else on the list to me should go.

  3. Turner to Nottingham Forest. Trusty to Sheffield United. Cedric, Pepe, Tavares, Holding, Lokonga and Balogun to follow. Hope Nketiah and Elneny can join the party but, not going to happen.

    1. Can’t sell everyone and I certainly hope we keep Elneny as he is an able back up and happy to be one. As for selling Nketiah and Balogun, really?

  4. I wonder why Karl Hein, Auston Trusty, Marquinhos, Nicolas Pepe and Cedric
    Are not on that list.
    Though I don’t think KT should leave yet.

  5. By now Arsenal supposed to start selling all those players that are not in Arteta’s plans for the new season

  6. We just need to make sure this surplus to requirements players are sold so that more recruits can be made.

  7. Here is my list

    Runnarsson, Turner, Lokonga, Cedric, Balogun, Elneny, Pepe, Holding, Nelson, Tavares, Viera.

    There are 11 players in this list.

    Can Edu raise $100m by selling ALL of these players?

    That might get us Kudus and Raya. Will these two make the difference next season, or would buying Caicedo to bolster our midfield make the difference?

    I know where my vote would be

  8. I believe it’s the best thing to do, offloading some of the players who we don’t really need b’cz it’s very hard to the head coach to manage the squad more especially when they are many like that….but Tieney should remain as backup.

  9. To my personal level of understanding if i try to compare between Nketiah & Balogun, Balogun is more better off & he has a good game than Nketiah.
    On top of that he eyes on goals when ever he plays.

  10. I think Kieran Tierney is staying for the forseeable future. He’s on a long contract (I think there’s still 3-4 years left), so Arteta can still keep him for a season. Turner for £25m? I’m chuckling at that. As for Balogun, the earlier we sell for the £35m either of the Milan clubs are offering, the better. The kid certainly isn’t worth £50m, except for the inflated market we have these days. But I think £35m is more realistic. He’s only got 2 years left on his contract, and if I was Arteta, I’d sell him quickly. That’s one less player to worry about, and 9 or 10 to go. Looks like Partey is staying, but it could be dicey because it could either be a decision they’d regret not cashing in on (by next summer, he’d probably just cost £15m) or it could be a decision they’d be grateful they made. But I wonder what will become of Jorginho playing time if Partey stays. I think the casualty here really could be Havertz, because Rice definitely has to play, and for now, he may be deployed up the pitch in that Xhaka position. Anyways, the earlier Arsenal starts selling, the better for everyone. I’d stick with Nketiah over Balogun.

  11. The list is endless why is not pepe being mentioned,he should be the first to be sold then Tavares, holdings and runerson

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