This is the second time that Arsenal will be making a major transfer u-turn in this summer window over the future of their players, according to reports.
The North London club are set for a new project under manager Mikel Arteta and that will mean bringing in new players and selling some of the current ones and that has started already.
While the Gunners have successfully brought in new faces, they are yet to let go of any player this summer transfer window and that is being expected with a number of names being mentioned.
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However, the Gunners are reported to have made a U-turn on their earlier decision to have Ainsley Maitland-Niles sold after his impressive performance in their last competitive game which means he will be staying at the club.
Another name is now being reported to be winning the heart of the club and could be set to stay as the board now consider keeping him for the 2020-21 campaign.
Rob Holding is the player that will now be staying at the Emirates Stadium against earlier decision to have him sold, according to reports after having just 18 appearances across all competitions during a turbulent 2019-20 campaign. He will now be given the chance to stay and impress.
A number of offers from clubs like Leeds United and Newcastle are being reported but they might not land him anymore.