DEVASTATING NEWS: reported by Fabrizio Romano, Despite being one of Arsenal’s standout performers this season, it has been reported that Arsenal outstanding player is set to leave the club this summer. He has been in excellent form for the Gunners, but it is understood that he is not happy with the terms of his contract and is seeking a move elsewhere. The Italian international has been linked with a number of clubs, including Bayern Munich and PSG. Arsenal’s ‘Outstanding’ star Set for Summer Exit Despite Impressive Form.


Arsenal remained relatively subdued in the January transfer window, a trend observed across the Premier League, suggesting that Arteta may have funds at his disposal for the upcoming offseason.

While Arsenal has shown improvement in their attacking prowess, securing a new striker could still top their priority list. Despite Leandro Trossard’s commendable performances in the false nine role, there is a sentiment that Arsenal could benefit from an upgrade over Eddie Nketiah for long-term success.

In addition to strengthening their frontline, Arteta is likely keen on bolstering his midfield options. Although the prospects of acquiring players like Declan Rice and Jorginho appear slim, the futures of Thomas Partey and Mohamed Elneny seem uncertain. Furthermore, Albert Sambi Lokonga’s potential departure is also on the cards.

According to journalist Charles Watts, Lokonga’s loan spell at Luton Town, where he has excelled, may not necessarily translate into a return to Arsenal’s first team next season. Watts expressed his belief that Arteta and his team may have moved past Lokonga. He noted, “This loan spell is proving successful. However, I don’t see Lokonga playing a significant role at Arsenal next season.”

Watts suggested that Arsenal might seek to offload Lokonga in the summer transfer window to recoup some of the investment made in him, particularly if Luton Town secures their place in the league and expresses interest in a permanent deal.

The prospect of Lokonga potentially increasing his market value is promising for Arsenal, who signed him for £17 million in 2021. While making a significant profit might be challenging, Arsenal may aim to at least recover their initial investment.

With a crucial midfield decision looming for Arsenal’s upcoming match against FC Porto, Arteta faces the challenge of navigating his squad effectively amidst ongoing speculation and potential departures.

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