Arsenal during the later stages of last revealed a long list of players who were being linked with a move away, with that list consisting the names of some key players in Artetas' squad, and it's now clear that some of those players have found their suitors and they will be looking to make a move this summer.After the speculations linking Arsenal's Star Midfielder Granit Xhaka with move to Italian side As Roma,the Gunners will now have to forget about making a U-turn on their Want-away list after a league 1 side club, shows their interest in landing one of the players.
As reported by Provence and Romano, France league 1 club Olympic Marseille, are in advanced talk with former Chelsea defender David Luiz's representative over a potential move for the free agent Brazilian.David Luiz will be willing to move especially after losing his place in Artetas' squad, and this will be a bad blow just like Sol Campbell mentioned earlier on last week, since Arteta will be lacking experienced players to motivate his youthful squad.
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