Arsenal are set to allow Lukas Podolski and Mathieu Flamini leave the club in the summer, according to reports.
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With an abundance of options in both midfield and attack, Arsene Wenger will look to offload the duo in the summer, The Telegraph reports.
Podolski spent the second half of the season on loan at Inter Milan after struggling to make a major impact at the Gunners since his arrival at the club from FC Koln in 2012.
Flamini is also believed to be on his way out of the Emirates after struggling for minutes in his second stint at the club following his five-year stay at Serie A giants AC Milan.
The French international made just 23 appearances in the Premier League this season, 15 of them coming from the bench following the emergence of defensive midfielder Francois Coquelin.
It’s unlikely Arsenal will spend big to replace Flamini thanks to the solid form of Coquelin, but the Gunners have most recently been linked with a £42m move for Napoli forward Gonzalo Higuain.