BREAKING: Mikel Arteta speaks of a 4 man clear out as he feels Arsenal can be better

The exciting new additions and an instant chemistry between Gabriel Jesus and his team-mates has got Arsenal fans go crazy thanks to Spanish boss Mikel Arteta.

However, there is also some concern at the number of players who are not part of Mikel Arteta’s plans still at the club.

And some of those who are surplus to requirements will need to be shipped out before further additions come in to the club.

Frustratingly, to myself and many other Gunners fans, these individuals were taken on the pre-season tour, which deprived us of the chance to see more Hale Enders impress.

So, who are the misfits Arsenal should shift before the transfer window closes to fund and make room for the desired central midfielder and another winger?

NICOLAS PEPE: The Ivorian has been a constant frustration to Arteta and he is certainly one who has been given chances to adapt to the way his coach wants him to play.

Pepe has amazing skills and an eye for goal, but his link play, work rate and speed of thought are simply not in tune with the rest of the team.

His plus points are far outweighed by his minuses, and as revealed by thesun.co.uk, the club will have to sell him at a huge loss, if they can find a buyer.

HECTOR BELLERIN: I think most fans see Bellerin as our very own. His length of service and loyalty will see him leave with all our blessing but he must leave.

The current right-back we have on our books is not the same one who lifted three FA Cups because he lost the devastating turn of pace which made him the player he was at his fabulous best.

PABLO MARI: Mikel Arteta has to take this one on the chin as the Spaniard wanted his compatriot.The manager obviously wanted a left-footed centre-back but Gabriel is far superior to Mari.

Pablo Mari is good enough in the air and his distribution more than adequate, but his lack of pace has been consistently exposed in the Premier League.

The Spanish International seems far more suited to Serie A where he spent last season with Udinese.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Check Out Our News Portal Below Premier league logolaliga logoserie a logomls logo