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Four Arsenal players Unai Emery could confirm transfer in next "20-25 days"


Arsenal will look to continue making transfer deals in the coming weeks despite the window being closed for prime ministers.

The Gunners had a busy summer, bringing six new signings and selling four first team players.

Manager Unai Emery, however, recently acknowledged that there could be more players leaving the club over the next few weeks as he looks to tailor his squad.

"In the next 20-25 days, some players will leave. That's why I want to close our squad clearly," Emery said.

According to Football London, the four players most likely to leave are Shkodran Mustafi, Mohamed Elneny, Emile Smith Rowe and Nacho Monreal.

Shkodran Mustafi is one player who could be sacrificed

Mustafi had a season to forget in the past campaign, making some high-level mistakes, and was linked with a move to France, possibly to AS Monaco.

He was dropped from the squad that beat Newcastle at the weekend, and Emery confessed: "I talked to him when we finished last season, I talked to him when we started preseason and I talked to him two weeks ago saying maybe. it was the chance he could leave. "

Elneny, meanwhile, struggled for first-team football last season, making only eight premierships, and the shooters are looking for a buyer for the player, with Turkish sides Galatasaray and Fenerbahce.

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At just 19, Smith Rowe has potential, but he struggled with injury, and only loaned to RB Leipzig three times during the second half of last season. He could, however, return to the German club for another loan.

Finally with the signing of Kieran Tierney of the Celtic left back playing time of Monreal is likely limited this season, and he was linked with a return to Spain to join Real Sociedad.

With the transfer window open for most other European leagues until early September, it would be no surprise to see any of these players moving forward soon.

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