11 players Arsenal could sell in summer transfer window

  • Arsenal are set for a busy summer transfer window
  • Gunners will need to sell several players to facilitate incomings
  • Club aiming to take the next step to usurp Manchester City
The former Man City boys could be on the move this summer
The former Man City boys could be on the move this summer / Shaun Botterill/GettyImages
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9. Reiss Nelson

Reiss Nelson
Nelson signed a new contract last summer / Visionhaus/GettyImages

Nelson produced the moment of the 2022/24 season and earned a new contract off the back of it in the summer.

Now, none of us expected Nelson to set the world alight. We know what he's about, and minutes were never going to be frequent with Bukayo Saka still marauding down the right flank.

The winger typically saved his best performances for cameos off the bench. On rare starts, Nelson fell flat and failed to seize the opportunity with both hands.

10. Gabriel Jesus

Gabriel Jesus
Jesus scored just four Premier League goals / Marc Atkins/GettyImages

Imagine telling someone after Jesus' first two months at Arsenal that at the end of the following season, selling him was a feasible option. Oh, and that Kai Havertz would take his place as the club's leading man up top.

Arsenal have simply operated at a higher level with Havertz leading the line over Jesus. The Brazilian has once again battled his fair share of injuries, and is obviously capable of producing a magical sequence or two, but he's no longer the level raiser he was at the start of his career in north London.

Jesus scored four Premier League goals and is simply far too wasteful to be earning regular starts for a title contender. He still has value, but would he want to merely play a bit-part role moving forward?

11. Eddie Nketiah

Eddie Nketiah
Eddie's time with the club is coming to an end / Catherine Ivill - AMA/GettyImages

Eddie barely saw the field during the second half of the season, and it's clear that his future beyond the summer is away from north London.

The striker has been linked with a move in the past few windows, and now's finally the time for Nketiah to get his move.

Nketiah has evolved considerably from his poaching days and should attract Premier League interest.