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Arsenal make a decision on whether to sell Reiss Nelson this summer

Arsenal winger Reiss Nelson has had rumours of departure on his head and a report has now revealed the decision has made on his future.

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Arsenal are reportedly open to offers for winger Reiss Nelson this summer as they aim to generate funds for potential new signings. According to sources from Football Insider, the Gunners are willing to consider any significant offers and could accept a bid in the region of £25 million for the 24-year-old.

Nelson, who came through Arsenal’s youth academy, has struggled to secure a regular starting spot in Mikel Arteta’s side. In the recently concluded 2023/24 season, he made only 15 league appearances, most of which were as a substitute. Despite showing flashes of his potential, Nelson has been unable to consistently break into the first team, prompting the club to consider his sale to raise funds.

Arsenal finished the season in 2nd place with 89 points, narrowly missing out on the Premier League title to Manchester City, who finished with 91 points. With the club looking to strengthen their squad to mount another serious title challenge next season, selling Nelson could be a strategic move to finance new acquisitions.

The decision to part ways with Nelson also aligns with Arsenal’s broader strategy of maximizing returns on players who are not integral to their plans. In a highly competitive transfer market, the club aims to balance their books while bringing in top talent to bolster their ranks.

Nelson’s potential departure will mark the end of a significant chapter for the player at Arsenal. Despite his limited opportunities, he has shown promise and versatility, which could make him an attractive prospect for other clubs looking for attacking reinforcements.

As the summer transfer window approaches, Arsenal fans will be keenly watching to see how the club navigates their transfer dealings, with Nelson’s situation being one of the many moving parts in what promises to be a busy period for the Gunners.

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