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REVEALED: Five Arsenal players that Mikel Arteta wants sold in this summer

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( Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta / Photo via Getty )

As Arsenal set their sights on the upcoming season, the club’s primary strategy this summer is clear – to raise the overall level of the squad through a series of strategic player sales.

According to reports from The Athletic, the Gunners have made several key players available for transfer, including goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale, midfielders Thomas Partey and Emile Smith Rowe, as well as forwards Reiss Nelson and Eddie Nketiah.

“We know we can improve,” Arsenal captain Martin Odegaard told The Standard recently, hinting at the club’s desire to bolster their ranks ahead of the new campaign. By offloading some of their established stars, the Gunners aim to free up resources to bring in new, high-caliber talent that can help the team take that final step towards winning the Premier League title.

Ramsdale, who was Arsenal’s first-choice goalkeeper for the season before the recent one, is one of the more high-profile names on the transfer list. Despite his impressive performances as a back up last season, the club is believed to be open to offers, potentially paving the way for a replacement that better suits Mikel Arteta’s long-term vision.

In midfield, the futures of Partey and Smith Rowe have also come under scrutiny. Both players have been key contributors, but the Gunners are reportedly willing to cash in on them to fund other areas of the squad that require strengthening.

Up front, Nelson and Nketiah have struggled to cement their places in the starting XI, and Arsenal may look to offload the duo to free up space for new attacking reinforcements.

By cutting ties with these players, Arsenal hope to raise significant funds and reshape the squad in a way that will give them the best chance of mounting a sustained title challenge next season. It’s a bold strategy, but one that reflects the club’s ambition to take the next step and end their long wait for a Premier League crown.

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