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19-02-2019 | 16:38 Football

The seven Arsenal players to be sold to increase Unai Emery’s summer transfer budget with Ozil and Mkhitaryan among them

Matteo Guendouzi has been linked with a move to PSG as the French outfit plan to make a huge bid for him. Arsenal need to have a plan so they can resist any potential offer for Matteo Guendouzi. They need to raise funds ahead of the summer transfer window. Here is a list of Arsenal players who can be sold in the summer to help boost the transfer budget. Mohamed Elneny The Egypt international would be allowed to leave if a suitable offer came in. Elneny has featured just four times in the Premier League this season and his transfer fee is  £15m. Henrikh Mkhitaryan Mkhitaryan joined Arsenal in a swap deal from Manchester United which saw Alexis Sanchez move to the opposite direction. Mkhitaryan scored the first goal of the Emery era but couldn’t keep his impressive performance on a consistent level. The Armenian’s potential transfer sum is  £25m . Mesut Ozil Ozil's stock has dropped following a difficult World Cup last summer. He has made two appearances in 2019 under the Gunners head coach. Potential transfer fee is from £15m to £25m. David Ospina Napoli manager Carlo Ancelotti has seemingly hinted at turning Ospina's loan deal into a permanent one for next season. It's likely that the Colombia international will be sold for around just £3m. Shkodran Mustafi The German will probably be sold in the summer transfer window. Luckily for Arsenal, Mustafi still has a few more years left to run on his contract at the Emirates and his transfer fee is £30m. Calum Chambers A few days ago Chambers joined Fulham on loan and might slip even further down the pecking order upon his return especially if a new centre-back arrives in the summer. His transfer fee is £20m. Carl Jenkinson His contract expires at the end of next season so won't be bringing in a huge fee – around £2m.

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