Unai Emery prepared to part ways with three Arsenal players
Arsenal manager Unai Emery has reportedly made his mind up to sell three first-team players before the Premier League transfer window closes on Thursday.
The Spaniard has spent around £70m since taking charge of the club and he is now keen to recoup funds from probable exits for one final signing.
According to ESPN, David Ospina, Danny Welbeck and Mohamed Elneny are among those in danger of leaving the north London club before this week's transfer deadline.
Ospina, who is currently the Gunners third-choice shot-stopper, has been in discussions with Besiktas in recent days and according to reports, he should make the move to become their number one.
Meanwhile, Welbeck has been linked with the trio of Everton, West Ham United and Southampton and he has been deemed surplus to requirements with Alex Iwobi and Reiss Nelson being rewarded with fresh deals.
Elneny, on the other hand, only penned a new contract with the Gunners in March but Emery is willing to sanction his sale, now that the club have Matteo Guendouzi and Lucas Torreira for competition.