EXCLUSIVE: Arsenal set for mass exodus to boost summer funds – with THREE players set for chop

Emile Smith Rowe, Arsenal, 2023/24

Arsenal will allow some of their notable academy graduates to leave the club in the summer window in a bid to boost their transfer kitty, FootballTransfers can reveal.

Among the notable discussions are the possible departures of Eddie Nketiah, Emile Smith Rowe and Reiss Nelson, with all three players poised to leave the Emirates Stadium at the end of the season.

Sources close to the club have indicated that talks surrounding Smith Rowe and Nelson’s exits are progressing, with a departure seeming increasingly likely for the trio

Nketiah has caught the attention of Crystal Palace and Brentford, with the latter anticipating the departure of Ivan Toney.

Despite the Eagles’ long-term interest in the striker, we are told that Nketiah favours a move to the Bees for the summer.

Eddie Nketiah is liked by Crystal Palace and Brentford

The Gunners are not only focused on offloading players but also on bolstering their squad with fresh talent, as they look to head up another Premier League title challenge next campaign.

Though specifics around the budget remain off record, we are told that there will be significant funds made available, with the club in a strong financial position.

Reiss Nelson could leave this summer
© IMAGO – Reiss Nelson could leave this summer

Concerns surrounding Arsenal’s compliance with Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations appear to be easing and the likely departures of Hale End graduates are set to generate pure profit that will alleviate any FFP worries.

 

Who is Arsenal’s No.1 summer transfer target?

 

As FootballTransfers reported earlier this month, the club have been rigorously scouting Benjamin Sesko, who could leave RB Leipzig this upcoming window.

The striker has been made the club’s No.1 target for the 2024 summer window, sources inform us, with it believed that the youngster can offer more versatility than Victor Osimhen and and Toney, players previously linked to the North London club.

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