Aaron Ramsey is set to join Juventus this summer, but he is unlikely to be the only player leaving Arsenal.
Here are five other players set to join Aaron Ramsey on his way out of the club.
Arsenal had high hopes for the Spaniard who had previously worked with Emery at Sevilla.
The 25-year-old has yet to score or assist for the Gunners and has so far played just 67 minutes for the club in the Premier League with Emery preferring a host of other players ahead of him.
Arsenal are unlikely to send him back to Barca until his loan is over – but there is currently little appetite to make the arrangement a permanent one this summer.
Brought in on a free transfer from Juventus last summer to add some experience to the defence, the Switzerland international has not exactly set the world alight.
Lichtsteiner has started just eight times for Arsenal in the Premier League, with little success.
The former Manchester United striker’s season finished early when he suffered a serious ankle injury back in November, plunging his future into doubt.
Boardroom sources have remained tight-lipped about his contract situation, and with Welbeck’s current deal running out this summer there has been no sign of them offering him an extension.
The longer it goes on the less likely it is he will be back next season.
Elneny, who has made just four appearances in the Premier League this season, signed a new contract with Arsenal 12 months ago keeping him at the club until 2022, but it’s clear that Emery just doesn’t fancy him.
He has frequently used Granit Xhaka, Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi ahead of him.
If an acceptable fee is made for the Egyptian, the club would find it hard to turn down.
The defender, who is currently on loan at Fulham, is out of contract in the summer of 2022, but he appears to have no future at Arsenal, who have made him available for transfer in several recent windows.
Crystal Palace have shown an interest in Chambers in the past but baulked at the asking price. They could be back if he does become available on a free transfer.
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