Players who should leave the Emirates Stadium and five players the North London club should consider signing.
The Brazilian left-back arrived from Fenerbahce in 2011 with big expectations, but the £6million splashed out to bring him to the Emirates Stadium has proven to be some of the worst transfer business in recent seasons.
Sent out loan to Gremio for the remainder of the season, a campaign in which his most memorable piece of action was swapping shirts with Manchester United’s Robin Van Persie at half-time at Old Trafford, Santos still believes he has a part to play at Arsenal in future seasons. But he should be one the players Arsene Wenger sends packing in the summer.
Seven games played over the last two seasons and only one this year underlines the fact that Sebastien Squillaci is no more than a bit part player at Arsenal.
The 32-year-old, who was a near ever-present in his first season at the Emirates Stadium before falling out of favour over the past two campaigns, is out of contract at the end of the season and has little chance of being awarded a new deal.