The emerging report claims that the English Premier League club Arsenal are now in search of buyers for Matteo Guendouzi and Mohamed Elneny to be able to make room for newcomers.
Manager Mikel Arteta had earlier stated that all players in the team belong to the club until otherwise, hinting that they will be given the chance to prove themselves but it seems the midfield duo have not been able to convince him.
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Matteo Guendouzi was frozen out of the Arsenal team after the restart of football but was allowed to return for the preseason despite being linked away. It was thought he would be given another opportunity to make amend and impress but that has been ruled out according to the latest reports.
Mohamed Elneny also impressed during Arsenal’s Community Shield win against Liverpool and has been with the team after his return from a loan spell. He is also reported to be heading the exit door on a permanent deal.
For the North London outfit to bring in their transfer targets, a number of players will have to leave to be able to raise funds as well as create space as the Mikel Arteta project seeks to have a new Arsenal team.