Arsenal’s squad next season after 11 more departures and four new signings


Arsenal could see a huge amount of players leave in this summer transfer window as Mikel Arteta attempts to improve upon last season’s disappointment. Yesterday, we looked at 11 more players who could potentially leave the Gunners ahead of the incomings Arteta plans. Now, Express Sport takes at the potential Arsenal squad once the summer window has shut.

Goalkeepers – Leno, Neto, Okonkwo

Arsenal are in the market for a goalkeeper but £40million seems a bit steep for Sheffield United’s Aaron Ramsdale.

The Spanish media are linking Barcelona stopper Neto with a loan move to the Emirates.


Bernd Leno has entered the final two years of his contract but speculation over an exit has ceased in recent weeks.

Academy ace Arthur Okonkwo could be promoted to third-choice stopper.

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No 10s – Smith Rowe, Willock

Arsenal need to tie Emile Smith Rowe down to a new deal to ward off interest from Aston Villa.

The 20-year-old is a big part of the club’s future and should be a regular again next season.

Joe Willock’s performances at Newcastle last season could mean he earns a spot as Smith Rowe’s deputy.


Wingers –  Martinelli, Saka, Pepe, Willian

Willian remains in this squad, largely because Arsenal will find it difficult to find a club who would take on the Brazilian’s wages.

Gabriel Martinelli could potentially be used as a striker if needs be.

Bukayo Saka and Nicolas Pepe should start the season in the wide areas.


Strikers – Aubameyang, Balogun

Arsenal’s striker options could be limited if Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah both leave.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is going nowhere so should be first choice next term.

Folarin Balogun could get more of an opportunity, unless Arteta can find a striker he wants in the market.


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