List Of Players Arsenal Want To Offload Due To Debt

List Of Players Arsenal Want To Offload Due To Debt

List Of Players Arsenal Want To Offload Due To Debt

Suffering Arsenal’s captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is apparently open to negotiation. Perhaps as the club prepares for a massive move before the transfer window closes.

As a matter of fact, in September 2020. Aubameyang signed a new contract with Arsenal.

Therefore according To Telegraph, the Gabonese international. Hence Aubameyang was confirmed positive for coronavirus before even the season’s first game. And has never really played since. So now he is regarded as one of ten players for whom Arsenal is willing to receive offers.

On the list of players who could leave Arsenal are.

Bernd Leno
Hector Bellerin
Sead Kolasinac
Ainsley Maitland-Niles
Lucas Torreira
Reiss Nelson
Eddie Nketiah, and
Alexandre Lacazette

That being said, with exception of some of the extreme right players. Perhaps expected to be marketed in the coming weeks. Aubameyang’s exorbitant wages may help stop him from finding a new club.

Because the 32-year-old takes home approximately £250,000 per week. Hence just a few clubs would’ve been willing to take him on.

This week, it was confirmed that Barcelona was considering a straight swap for Aubameyang. Hence with Philippe Coutinho, who is an ex-Liverpool player, going to head some other moment.

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Arsenal is holding out hope to pay back most of the cash they spent this season. Hence with Arteta’s team presently leading the Premier League in expenses.

Arsenal paid £129 million for the following players

Nuno Tavares
lbert Sambi Lokongo
Ben White
Martin Odegaard, and
Aaron Ramsdale.

With the club’s worst start to a home season in its 118-year history. So Arteta will be eager to integrate those new players as soon as possible.

Therefore, Arsenal was also defeated 2-0 by newly-promoted Brentford on the opening day of the season.

Then, on Sunday, they were humiliated 2-0 at home by London rivals Chelsea.

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