Arsene Wenger reportedly wants to offload four players in the coming weeks as he gets his Arsenal squad in shape for a Premier League title challenge.
According to the Daily Star, midfielder Mathieu Flamini, forward Joel Campbell and youngsters Serge Gnabry and Wellington Silva are all in line for the chop.
Flamini is believed to be on the verge of completing a transfer to Fenerbahce after losing his defensive midfield spot to younger French compatriot Francis Coquelin.
Costa Rica international Campbell has been starved of chances at the Emirates Stadium despite impressing at the 2014 World Cup and is in talks with David Moyes’s Real Sociedad.
Wellington and Gnabry are also poised to leave the Gunners on loan to improve their first-team chances, with Midlands rivals West Bromwich Albion and Aston Villa apparently interested in the latter.
Arsenal, who have not won the title since 2003-04, finished 12 points behind Chelsea in the final standings last season. Former Blues keeper Petr Cech is their only summer signing so far.
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