With just a few days before the January transfer window officially closes, Arsenal have yet to loan out many of their periphery players, but we may see some outgoings in the coming days.
So far, just a few academy players have been loaned out, but if rumours are to be believed, four youngsters may be departing the club shortly.
The teenage midfielder was loaned out to Portsmouth. The loan period did not go as planned, as he was largely used as a replacement. Arsenal summoned him back, and rumours say that he may be loaned to a Championship club, where he will get additional playing time.
The 20-year-old Hale End Academy graduate was on loan at Blackpool, but his lack of growth caused the club to terminate his loan. Injuries have slowed his growth, but he will be loaned out in the coming days.
3. Sead Kolasinac
Marseille is rumoured to be interested in signing the Bosnian left-back in January, despite the fact that his current deal expires in six months. According to reports, the transaction is progressing well and he may depart in the next weeks.
4. Pablo Mari
When Mikel Arteta first came to the club, the Spanish defender was one of his first acquisitions. He is dissatisfied due to a lack of game time. Flamenco and a slew of other European clubs were said to be keen on signing him in January, but multiple sources, most notably MarkyMBryans, say that his transfer to Serie A side Udinese is now imminent.
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