Arsenal's 10-man exit list revealed?

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With Arsenal reportedly planning a major squad overhaul, here are 10 players the Gunners could look to offload in order to raise funds for new signings.

The London club failed to qualify for European competition for the first time in 25 years after finishing the 2020/21 Premier League season in eighth place. As a result, manager Mikel Arteta is reportedly looking to trim the size of his squad. 

Scroll through the gallery above to 10 players Arsenal are reportedly looking to offload

Alexandre Lacazette is one of the bigger names on the reported exit list, with the French striker only having one year remaining on his contract with the club. The Gunners are reportedly reluctant to lose the 30-year-old on a free transfer, though, and would prefer to sell him in this window.  

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Reports from Spain suggest that right-back Hector Bellerin could return to his native country, with Real Betis and Atletico Madrid emerging as frontrunners in the pursuit of the 26-year-old. It is believed the defender is looking to bring his eight-year Arsenal stay to an end. 

Another who could soon make an exit from the Emirates is Ainsley Maitland-Niles, who spent the second half of the 2020/21 campaign out on loan at West Bromwich Albion and is seemingly prepared to leave the club in search of regular football.

"I would like some indication of what is happening [regarding his future at Arsenal]," he told The Telegraph in a recent interview. "Where they [Arsenal] see me. If it works out it works out; if it doesn’t, then [I'll] kiss Arsenal goodbye. It's been a long journey but a proud one at that."

Winger Willian and left-back Sead Kolasinac have also reportedly been linked with exits from the Emirates as the London club looks to get them off the wage bill – click through the gallery above to see some more players who could soon be on their way out of Arsenal!  

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