Arsenal, who are in a fierce title race with Manchester City, have a ruthless ‘killing squad’.

On June 12 (KST), British soccer publications Football London and Sky Sports reported that “Arsenal are set to sell at least seven players this summer,” with Aaron Ramsdale, Eddie Nketiah, Emile Smith Rowe, Kieran Tierney, Nuno Tavares, Albert Sambi Lokonga, and Reece Nelson among the names on the list.

‘In addition to the seven players, Cedric Soares, Mohamed Elneny and Artur Okonkwo are also set to leave the club at the end of the season,’ according to Football Transfer Tavern.

Arsenal’s performances in the last two years have been strong. After finishing second to Manchester City last season, they quickly became title favorites. After making immediate additions like Declan Rice last summer, the Gunners have led the league this season.

They are currently in second place. 안전놀이터 추천 With 26 wins, 5 draws, and 5 losses, they have 83 points. In first place is Manchester City. They have 27 wins, 7 draws, and 3 losses. They have 85 points.

The remaining two games will decide the fate of both teams.

Arsenal is still not satisfied.

As Football Transfer Tavern says, “Arsenal”s big transfer plans are centered on the final weeks of the Premier League season. The Gunners still have a massive challenge to win the title, and a big move could make it even tougher,” and ”Arsenal’s summer transfer window will play a big part in how they move forward. Arsenal are acting like the best in order to be the best. They are acting like the best in order to be the best… like Manchester City in recent years, they will be more ruthless in their transfers.

The Gunners are looking to get rid of around 10 players in the ‘slaughterhouse’ and add immediate additions to the squad. The first target is Martin Subramendi. The 25-year-old is a top-flight midfielder in La Liga. He is a key midfielder for Real Sociedad and plays for the Spanish national team.

Arsenal are looking for a backup to key midfielder Declan Rice. Rice is irreplaceable for the Gunners and they don’t have enough backup options to replace him. Subramendi is valued at around £50 million.



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