Arsenal manager Unai Emery has told two players that they have no future at the club beyond this summer.
The Gunners boss talked about these two players namely Shkodran Mustafi and Mohamed ElNeny during his pre-match press conference ahead of the crucial game against Liverpool.
Unai Emery takes his team to Anfield to play Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday evening in one of the week three games in the Premier League.
According to the Spanish tactician, he has told both Mustafi and ElNeny that they are not part of his long-term plans at Arsenal.
He wants them to leave the club this summer.
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The Premier League transfer market has ended but players can still leave their respective clubs before the European transfer window closes on September 2.
Arsenal have already gotten some transfer funds from the sales of players like Alex Iwobi, Laurent Koscielny, Krystian Bielik, Carl Jenkinson and David Ospina.
The Gunners recouped £50m from the sale of the aforementioned players.
Arsenal also released players like Danny Welbeck, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Aaron Ramsey and Petr Cech at the end of their respective contracts this summer.
Welbeck has joined Watford on a free transfer just like Ramsey who has signed for Juventus as a free agent.
Cech has retired from football and he’s now the sporting director at Chelsea.