Arsenal open to selling key striker in January?
Arsenal are open to parting ways with Eddie Nketiah when the transfer window reopens at the beginning of next year.
The Gunners graduate has been in-and-out of the starting XI this campaign, having struggled to find consistency with his goalscoring.
He is currently playing second fiddle to Gabriel Jesus up front but Leandro Trossard has also been preferred over him on occasions.
Hence, his chances of regular game time are less when the duo are fit and this could pave the way for his departure in the New Year.
The Gunners are currently in the borderline when it comes to the Financial Fair Play limit and they need to sell before investing again.
Nketiah is one of the high-profile players that could be shown the exit door as the club plan to invest on a marquee centre-forward.
Ivan Toney has been linked with a possible transfer, but it remains to be seen whether they can convince Brentford to sell him this winter.