Nigerian duo of Forlarin Balogun and Arthur Okonkwo of included as Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta ready to offload 11 players to fund more new transfer signing, according to a report from England.

The Spanish coach is have made many significant improvement his squad after bring in two players from Manchester City which is Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus and Ukraine international Oleksandr Zinchenko.

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While Portuguese’s sensation Fabio Vieira, another Brazilian Marquinhos and United States of America goalkeeper Matt Turner arrived Emirate Stadium.

Arsenal end their pre-season with a 6-0 big win over La Liga giant Sevilla last weekend but the ambitious Arteta admitted he wants to bring more signings to take the North London outfit to Premier League top four.

However, according to the Sun report that Gunners technical director Edu will attempts to sell and loan 11 of their unwanted players like Bernd Leno may be the first to depart Emirate Stadium Fulham after the Premier League new boys have agreed a £8 million deal to bring German goalkeeper to Craven Cottage.

Arsenal record signing Nicolas Pepe will be shown an exit door from North London after he failed to live up to exception he brought from Ligue 1 few years ago ,while Nigerian pair of Balogun and Okonkwo spend a season loan at Reims and Crewe respectively.

Nuno Tavares has also been loaned out to French club Marseille but Lucas Torreira have been heavily linked with a permanent deal move to Turkish Super Lig team Galatasaray.

But Arsenal have still not found any buyer for Hector Bellerin who spend last season on loan at Real Betis, while Pablo Mari, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Reiss Nelson and Alex Runarsson are part of players that could be offloaded to raise as much as £50million quintet.

Gunners kick their 2022-23 Premier League season against London neighbor Crystal Palace on Friday night at Selhurst Park Stadium.


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