Report identifies the four Arsenal players most likely to be offloaded this summer

Our Gunners have had a disappointing week, suffering two costly defeats: a 2-0 loss to Villa and a 1-0 loss to Bayern Munich. Arsenal’s 3-2 aggregate Champions League quarterfinals loss to Bayern ended their hopes of winning the premier European trophy at Wembley Stadium in May.

As for their Premier League hopes, the setback against Villa last weekend complicates our Gunners’ route to PL gold; they must win all six of their remaining league games while hoping City drops points.

That being said, Mikel Arteta clearly has a tough task ahead of him; in addition to leading his team to a league victory, he is already planning a squad rebuild. He has no choice but to enhance his team’s standards in order to do better next season.

A number of deals, including those for a left back, a midfielder, and a striker, are already in the works, but some present Gooners must depart before they can be finalised.

So, who makes way? The Daily Mail reports that they expect to sell Eddie Nketiah, Reiss Nelson, Thomas Partey, and Aaron Ramsdale. Apparently, the four are considered peripherals, and so the club intends to offload them for the summer rebuild.

As good as Arsenal has been this season, a number of top-tier transfers in the summer may undoubtedly propel them to the next level and provide the extra edge they have lacked this season.

Daniel O

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  1. There’s not much chance of offloading Nelson & Nketiah on the wages they’re getting. They both pass the ball quite well, so perhaps they could be tried deeper & centrally.

    1. Indeed GRANDAD!
      Tierney and perhaps Jorginho apart, I would love to know why they ever came here at all.
      Zinny would be OK, not great but OK, if only he were never foolishly used as a”left back”, inverted or otherwise, as he CANT defend at all and almost EVERYONE but our manager can see that fact. Viera ought to be playing in ateenage team, as his body suits that and not PREM TOUGHNESS.

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