Unai Emery admits more Arsenal stars could be shipped out this summer.
The Premier League’s transfer window slammed shut on Thursday and Arsenal generated more than £60 million this summer through player departures, including the sale of Alex Iwobi for a fee that could rise to £35m.
But Emery’s side are still hoping to find buyers for defender Shkodran Mustafi and midfielder Mohamed Elneny before the transfer window closes in other European leagues on September 2.
Speaking ahead of Arsenal’s opening match away at Newcastle on Sunday, the Spaniard said:
“We are changing players at the last moment and also with Laurent Koscielny, he was the first captain and he left us five days ago,” said Emery.
“Also we have had other players come in. Now we have the squad and we have finished in the transfer market but it is still open in other countries. Now in the next 25 days some players will leave.”
Raul Sanhelli oversaw the arrivals of Gabriele Martinelli, Nicholas Pepe, Dani Ceballos, William Saliba and the deadline day captures of David Luiz and Kieran Tierney.
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