Arsenal to offload six high-profile players from the club this summer transfer as they prepare to spend big on new players before next season.
Bernd Leno is top on the list of players who are up for sale to rise funds, according to reports from Football London.
This follows a difficult season by Mikel Arteta’s side, with the club sitting in ninth position in the Premier League log and likely to miss out on European competitions for the first time.
The Gunners committee are prepared to spend big this summer transfer window and will trim a bloated squad and raise funds in order to buy new players.
Football London reports that Arteta has now put up six players on the chopping block all of whom the Gunners hope to receive sizeable fees for them.
Arsenal are expected to sell Torreira and Guendouzi for at least £15 million and will get a decent fee for Maitland-Niles after his spell at West Brom was magnificent for the relegated team.
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