Arsenal puts seven players up for transfer with three confirmed exits – Mirror Online

Arsenal is ready to listen to offers for at least seven players this summer. Additionally, three separate exits are already confirmed. Right-back Cedric Soares, Mohamed Elneny, and goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo will depart north London when their contracts expire at the end of June. The trio has attracted interest from the Premier League, with Nelson also drawing attention from overseas markets due to his successful loan spells in the Bundesliga and Eredivisie with Hoffenheim and Feyenoord.

Smith Rowe, who had high hopes from the Gunners, has struggled to fulfill his potential since they rejected bids from Aston Villa in the summer of 2021, leading to speculation about his future. The club is also evaluating the future of Thomas Partey, who will have just one year left on his current deal at the end of the season. Meanwhile, Gabriel Jesus is expected to remain at the club, despite ongoing knee pain. There is optimism that he can return to top form next season if the issue is addressed this summer.

Most of the players facing uncertain futures are homegrown and would need to be replaced if sold, although it is unlikely that all will depart at once as Arsenal believes the squad does not require major surgery. Ethan Nwaneri could be in line for his first loan spell next season, and the club is determined to keep hold of 16-year-old goalscoring sensation Chido Obi Martin. Despite the potential departures, there is optimism that the squad can be managed effectively.

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