English Premier League club Arsenal seem to be forcing some of their players away from the club and that is evident in the fee that is being reported for these lads.
It has been reported that Arsenal are willing to force a move for Lucas Torriera to Italian Serie A outfit Fiorentina by reducing the price demand for the player to make the deal happen.
Reports also claim that Sokratis Papa will be leaving the club to Italian Serie A outfit Napoli for a fee as low as £3.5 million despite claims that the player is very desperate to make the move.
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Now, the latest report claims Arsenal will let go of Sead Kolasinac to AS Roma for a cheap £5 million fee because of the relationship they have with the Italian Serie A outfit.
It is not clear why the North London outfit will have to make these decisions despite making it clear that other reasons for selling this summer transfer window are to make some funds to be able to do other deals.
The only defence for the North London club is the fact that Sead Kolasinac is no longer the first choice with the arrival of Kieran Tierney from Celtic.