Emirates Stadium boss to make sweeping changes.
According to reports this morning it appear that Arsene Wenger has run out of patience with a number of his Emirates Stadium squad and is now set to consider bids for a number of his playing staff.
Though the North London club have battled back from a woeful start to the season the Arsenal boss is still more than aware that some of his charges have not been good enough this season and the Frenchman is ready to conduct a major clear-out both in January and next summer as he looks to make way for possible new additions.
Though Arsenal are a club who are built on solid financial ground the Gunners manager has not been given a blank cheque to help push his side back into the upper echelons of the Premier League and if Wenger wants to bring in big signings to help make up ground to the Man City and Man United he will have to first look to trim his fairly large squad.
The Daily Mail has identified six players who they feel are either walking on a tightrope after sub standard performances or who have long since fallen off said tightrope and are merely waiting for a decent offer to come in before they are packed off and out the door.
The highest profile player on that list is Russian international Andrei Arshavin. The former Zenit man has found it hard to hit the highs he experienced in his first season and a half at the club and a move seems likely after at least a year of very sedate and uninspiring form.