While Arsene Wenger has fortified his team to meet the demands of the current campaign, the Gunners fans expecting to see one or two ‘exceptional’ player(s) added to the rank of the club should brace themselves for the exit of some key players.
There is currently a large headcount of players at Arsenal and the club will have to balance their books. Yaya Sanogo and Wojciech Szczesny were the first and second to exit the Emirates respectively but Wenger has struggled to offload his want-away stars and the reason is not far-fetched, he is either holding out for more in terms of offers or he still want to keep the player for this season.
Arsenal impressed in their Premier League opener but the club is heavily distracted and divided over the future of some players and so, we take a swipe at the possible outward transfer Arsenal could complete after Szczesny’s departure.
Perez has endured a torrid time at Arsenal since his £17m arrival from Deportivo La Coruna to Arsenal last summer but he is close to ending a nightmare spell at the Emirates this summer.
The Spaniard revealed his disappointment when his squad number was given to Arsenal new boy Alexandre Lacazette without notifying him and the Gunners fans thinks he has been unfairly treated.
The 28-year-old striker has been heavily linked with a return to Deportivo but Arsenal have asked the La Liga side to increase their bid for the star. They have reportedly made a £10.9m bid for the star and their president is said to be in London to broker the deal.
The future of Chamberlain has become a subject of huge transfer speculation as the English star has refused to put pen to paper on a deal. Like Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez, the star has stalled over new contract with Arsenal despite being in his final year and he has been heavily linked with a move to Chelsea.
There are indications that he could join Chelsea if they meet his £150,000-per-week wage demand. Reports have indicated that Chelsea are willing to pay as much as £35million to gazump him to their side.
The arrival of Granit Xhaka from Borrusia Monchegladbach has unsettled Wilshere greatly. He was sent on a loan deal last term where he shone for the Cherries for the majority of the first half of the season. However, his season was scuppered with a niggling injury.
Wilshere has found his footing after an injury lay-off but he has been heavily linked with a move to Aston Villa. Steve Bruce was able to lure John Terry to his side and he is tempting Wilshere to dip his toe in the water too.
Wilshere may not be able to dislodge Aaron Ramsey or Granit Xhaka from the midfield of the Gunners and so, he is likely to consider exiting Arsenal.