3 players Arsenal should sell this summer & who should replace them

  • Arsenal expected for another summer overhaul
  • Gabriel Jesus & Thomas Partey among players that could be sold
  • Bruno Guimaraes is on the Gunners' radar
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As the Premier League season edges towards its conclusion, all eyes will once again turn to the summer transfer window.

Arsenal spent big last summer, adding the likes of Declan Rice, Jurrien Timber and Kai Havertz to their ranks.

However, the Gunners are expected to break the bank again this summer as they look to take a step further in their hunt for trophy domination.

With that in mind, here are three players that Arsenal should sell this summer and the three players who should replace them.

3 players Arsenal should sell this summer & the players who should replace them

OUT - Gabriel Jesus

Gabriel Jesus
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Since joining the club from Manchester City, Gabriel Jesus has had a mixed Arsenal career. 

It was instantly clear that the Brazilian took the Gunners to a new level as Arsenal came the closest they have been to winning the league in almost a decade. 

However, Jesus has been hounded with injuries during his time at the club and this season has averaged a conversion rate of just 7.7%.

While initially influential on Arsenal’s success, it seems that the Gunners have already outgrown the Brazilian and it may be time for him to move on.

IN - Viktor Gyökeres

Viktor Gyokeres
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Despite having scored 82 goals so far this season, Arsenal have been guilty of dropping points due to a lack of clinical striker.

A striker appears to be at the top of Mikel Arteta’s shopping list this summer and Viktor Gyökeres is a name that keeps getting dropped into conversations.

The Swede has been in immaculate form since joining Sporting from Coventry City last summer. He has currently scored 24 goals in 29 Primeira Liga games, averaging 0.83 goals per 90.

Add to that his 10 assists (at the time of writing) and you have yourself a complete striker. At just 25 years old, Gyökeres is only just beginning to enter his prime and with a release clause of roughly £86m, it is likely the striker will be joining a new club in the summer.

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