Arsenal make seven stars available for transfer with three separate exits set in stone.

Arsenal have put seven players up for transfer, with three definite departures in the pipeline.

Mikel Arteta and Edu are gearing up for a significant summer transfer window to enhance the team’s strength and financial standing.

Arteta aims to bolster Arsenal’s squad depth by considering bids for several players, including Aaron Ramsdale, Eddie Nketiah, Emile Smith Rowe, Kieran Tierney, Nuno Tavares, Albert Sambi Lokonga, and Reiss Nelson. Additionally, Cedric Soares, Mohamed Elneny, and Arthur Okonkwo are expected to leave as their contracts expire in June.

The club is prepared to support Arteta with substantial transfer funds, potentially boosted by significant player sales. Notably, Hale End academy graduates Nketiah, Smith Rowe, and Nelson could provide considerable profits, aiding Arsenal’s financial stability.

Interest from the Premier League and abroad surrounds these players, with Nelson particularly attracting attention due to successful loan spells in the Bundesliga and Eredivisie. While Smith Rowe had promising beginnings, his struggles since rebuffing bids from Aston Villa suggest a possible parting of ways.

Ramsdale, despite being out of favor, has suitors at Newcastle and Chelsea, promising a profitable deal for Arsenal given his previous transfer fee. Evaluation of Thomas Partey’s future is imminent, considering his contract situation, although recent performances showcase his value to the team.

Amid uncertainties, Gabriel Jesus is expected to stay at Arsenal, provided his knee issues are addressed. There’s optimism for his return to form next season, potentially through surgery during the summer.

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