Gunners boss ready to lose three forward players.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is reportedly ready to let three attacking players leave the club before the end of the summer, with Turkish giants Galatasaray said to be flying in to London for talks over two of them.
The Gunners have spent big on new signings this summer, bringing in Alexis Sanchez in attack for a fee of around £35m, while defenders Mathieu Debuchy and Calum Chambers have also come in, as well as backup goalkeeper David Ospina.
Still, some members of this Arsenal squad could be on their way out now, with Wenger struggling to fit two of his promising youngsters into the team, while another more senior member of the side looks to have fallen out of favour.
3) Serge Gnabry
The first player looking like leaving, albeit only on a season-long loan, is German youngster Serge Gnabry. The highly-rated winger impressed in limited first-team appearances for Arsenal last season, but now looks set to head out to another Premier League club to gain some valuable experience of playing regularly in this highly competitive league. According to the Daily Mirror, Newcastle United are currently leading the chase for his signature, while there is also strong interest from Crystal Palace and Southampton.