When their contracts formally expire tomorrow, four players will bid farewell to Arsenal. Mikel Arteta has made progress this summer as he attempts to reshape the transfer market.
From Porto, Fabio Vieira has been absorbed.
Furthermore, Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus will unavoidably join the playmaker.
However, just as there have been approaches, there will also be outgoings.
In addition, Arsenal will bid farewell to four professionals on July 1 after failing to renew their agreements.
Forward Alexandre Lacazette, who spent five years at the Emirates, is the most notable departure.
After 71 goals across all games, he deliberately agreed to revisit his old team Lyon and leaves as fan no. 1.
Tomorrow, three young people are also being seen out in another location.
Jordan McEneff, Joel Lopez, and Jonathan Dinzeyi have left Arsenal’s U23 and U18 teams, respectively.
Eddie Nketiah, a talented young striker, came very close to taking off for a fifth time.
He is, however, still waiting after signing another protracted agreement fourteen days earlier.
Undoubtedly, Arsenal will sell more players this summer to pay for transfers.
Everyone has access to Lucas Torreira and Nicolas Pepe, but there are still concerns about Nuno Tavares and Bernd Leno.
Raphinha from Leeds and Youri Tielemans from Leicester are both needed, therefore Arteta anticipates securing deals for some of them.