Arsenal reportedly will consider mutually terminating Sead Kolasinac contract to allow him to join Turkish giants Fernabache on a permanent deal after failing to impress on loan at Schalkle last season. Talks are ingoing between Arsenal & Fernabache for the transfer of Bosnian defender Kolasinac as the Turkish giants are expected to pay minimal transfer fees. Arsenal are keen to get the huge wages off their books with Sead Kolasinac being one of the 4 flops set to leave Emirates this summer according to Chris Wheatley.
The Gunners have lined up Lucas Torreira, Willian & Hector Bellerin to leave this summer transfer window after unimpressive performance at Emirates. Hector Bellerin is desperate to leave Emirates after offering to accept a pay cut inorder to exit Arsenal with Kieran Trippier Swap deal being imminent. Willian is unhappy at Arsenal since joining from Chelsea last season due to lack of play time & inconsistent Gunners performance. Lucas Torreira is set to leave Arsenal on loan this summer with Italian Serie A clubs ready to sign him after ending his loan deal last season with Atletico Madrid.
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