Arsenal Fans Want Emery To Sell Two Players This Summer

While most of Arsenal’s transfer talk has been dominated by potential incomings, there is of course the inevitability that a few players will be leaving the Emirates Stadium, this summer.

Of course, Aaron Ramsey’s departure to Juventus has been well publicised (and cried about) while there have also been rumours of Shkodran Mustafi heading for the exit door after another under par, error strewn campaign.

 

Danny Welbeck’s future in North London also looks uncertain with the former Manchester United forward out of contract in the summer and the Gunners needing to shed some weight from their heaving wage bill.

However, who would the Gunners fans like to see moved on at the end of the season?

A survey of Arsenal supporters, conducted by football.london asked which members of the current squad would the fanbase like to see sold to make way for new arrivals in the summer.

And two players have emerged as frontrunners for the chop among Gunners fans.

More than 2,000 fans took part in the vote in January and on top of the pile sat Mesut Ozil and Mohamed Elneny.

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Ozil has been linked with a move away from the Emirates for much of Unai Emery’s reign, with the German play maker often being relegated to a substitute role or left out of match day squads altogether. However, Ozil has enjoyed a couple of starting XI berths recently, turning in a man of the match display in the 5-0 trouncing of Bournemouth as well as starting the 2-0 victory over Manchester United.

Elneny, meanwhile, has also struggled for game time and was linked with a move to Leicester City in the January window.

The Egyptian has made just four Premier League appearances this term and is surely set for a departure at the end of the campaign, especially with the success of this season’s midfield arrivals Matteo Guendouzi and Lucas Torreira.

Would you be happy to see the pair leave in summer or would you keep one or both?

Have your say in the comments section.

(h/t football.london)