Arsenal have so far released one two players William Saliva and Dead Kolasinac. The gunners are determined to release more players to create room for incoming transfers. The gunners manager Mikel Arteta believe that the club will be signing a striker and a central midfielder. Reports emerging from Emirates are not that good for the fans as another player has issued transfer request.
Benard Leno Germany goalkeeper has requested for exit and want it in this January transfer. The 26 year-old has been unused since arrival of Aaron Ramsdale for £24m from Sheffield United in the summer and the England international has earned his place in the starting 11 between the posts. Arteta has revealed that he is building a future team and want to bring in young players.
Another player who has brought concern at Emirates is Bukayo Saka, the teenager has been on top of his career at Emirates but the latest reports indicate that Liverpool have started talks with the 21 year-old. The reds want the talented attacker to replace Mohamed Salah whose current situation at the club is unresolved.
Mikel Arteta is ware of the club's progress since take over and want to maintain moving forward. Arsenal are being linked with a number of players including Vlahovic and Arthur Melo. The club is also keen on releasing Aubameyang and Lacazette with Barcelona and Arab clubs interested in the services of the duo.
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