Gunners are preparing to face a tough summer transfer window especially after missing out on Champions League football. The big European clubs will challenge them for top players. Because they are playing Europa League football next season.
However still Arteta will have to perform some deadwood exits before at least making any important signings. Lacazette and a young striker Nketiah will be out of Emirates this June after the expiry of their contracts.
While according to Daily Mail there players who are on-loan and Arteta and Arsenal chief, Edu may look to sanction permanent exits. The report claim that Arsenal could get up to £60m from selling surplus players this summer.
Matteo Guendouzi and Konstantinos Mavropanos have already generated a whooping £12.5m after permanent switch to their initial on-loan clubs, Marseille and Stuttgart respectively. While the red's of London are still negotiating over deals involving the likes of Hector Bellerin now at Real Betis on temporary basis.
Lucas Torreira currently with Fiorentina and their goalkeeper in previous occasions being first choice, Bernd Leno. Who has as this season, seen Aaron takeover as number one choice under the spaniard. As England international who joined Roma on the temporary basis, Maitland-Niles another player on the list.
So is Pablo Mari in the books of Udinese and may make a return to Emirates after his loan spell. More from the same publication states that Arteta has informed the technical director Edu. That he needs a total of 22 outfield players next season due to Europa League demands.
Saliba and Nelson are expected to return to Emirates from loan spell. And the likes of Patino, Miguel and Omari Hutchinson will be available for a high intensity of games next season. However the manager could be looking to add a minimum of four players in this summer who may cost more than £15m. With the striker top of his wishlist and so is two midfielders and the possible winger.
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