Wenger Reveals Names Of Player He Would Be Selling This Summer – Guess Who Made The List

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Arsenal have only managed to sign two players so far since the end of the previous season, while at least one more is expected to join, but which players are still believed to be due for an exit this summer?

Arsene Wenger has insisted that Alexis Sanchez will not be leaving this summer no matter what, although the saga will continue to rumble on until the deadline day most likely, I personally think the Chilean should be allowed to leave for Paris Saint-Germain this summer, instead of risking him leaving on free transfer to Manchester City next year.

Mesut Ozil was strongly linked with a move away from the club after he adamantly refused to pen a new deal, but regarding recent news, it is safe to assume he would be staying beyond the summer.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain still continues to make wave, with Chelsea believed to be interested in paying for his services, and without the assurance of regular play, it shouldn’t come  as a  surprised if  he is released from the club.

Aaron Ramsey is another name that has been linked with a possible move with his future at the Emirates in serious doubt. Just as the three above, he has entered into the final year of his deal at the Club, but there has been little interest in his signature, although if Neymar succeed in moving to PSG, Barcelona may re-ignite their interest in him.

Jack Wilshere is expected to leave the club this month, although his wage demand may prove problematic, but a move to Serie A is being mooted, with the player frustrated with his injury crisis which has halted the growth of his career.

Mathieu Debuchy and Carl Jenkinson are both available in the market for sale, although their asking price will probably have to be lowered if they are to find potential buyers. Kieran Gibbs was previously linked with an exit, but appears to have earned himself a spot in the squad now.

David Ospina and Olivier Giroud were both linked with exit, but they are now determined to fight for their place in the team, and could be seen gracing the pitch more often than previously assumed.

Which of the list must the Gunners prioritise keeping? If they manage to hold on to them all, they may well have the strongest overall squad since their last title win…