The Gunners finding a way to make profit on Vela.
Arsenal are looking to sell their former forward Carlos Vela, even if they do exercise his £3.2 million buy-back clause, reports the Daily Mirror.
The Real Sociedad forward is believed to be wanting to continue his career in Spain where he has built a fantastic reputation for himself as a goal poacher, which has put the Gunners in a fix.
Manager Arsene Wenger, who may have briefly thought that he may have gotten himself a steal of a deal with a £3.2 million buy-back option for the Mexican, has to now review his options before the opportunity to cash in on the forward passes him by.
With Vela unwilling to come back to the Emirates Stadium, where he was handed just three league starts in six seasons, Arsenal have to move swiftly to convince the forward of their intention to sell him and gain full value for his £15 million market value by signing him back from Sociedad.
Vela netted 21 goals and assisted 13 for Sociedad last season, and is now a much wanted man with Spanish champions Atletico Madrid after his services.
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