Arsenal decided to part ways with a number of its players because their contracts expire this month.

Arsenal decided to part ways with a number of its players because their contracts expire this month.

Arsenal released 22 players spread across several team groups. The news was announced on the club’s official website, Tuesday (4/6/2024) early morning.

The majority of players released by Arsenal were academy players who were unable to enter the first team. Their contracts will expire on June 30.

Even so, there were also players from Arsenal’s first team who were released by Arsenal. One of them is Mohamed Elneny.

This Egyptian midfielder made 161 appearances for Arsenal. He won the FA Cup in 2017 under Arsene Wenger.

Cedric Soares will also leave Arsenal. The Portuguese right-back made 64 appearances over five years at the Emirates Stadium.

There were also female players who were released. They are Sabrina D’Angelo, Kaylan Marckese and Vivianne Miedema.

At the same time, Arsenal also announced that they were discussing the contracts of three young players. They are Amario Cozier-Duberry, Karl Hein and Reuell Walters.

“Discussions are still ongoing and once all parties have agreed, we will notify you immediately,” read Arsenal’s statement.

The following is a list of players released by Arsenal:


Mauro Bandeira
Omari Benjamin
Luis Brown
Catalin Cirjan
Noah Cooper
Sabrina D’Angelo
Henry Davies
Ovie Ejeheri
Mohamed Elneny
Taylor Foran
Hubert Graczyk
James Hillson
Henry Jeffcott
Tyreece John-Jules
Alex Kirk
James Lannin-Sweet
Kaylan Marckese
Vivianne Miedema
Arthur Okonkwo
Kamarni Ryan
Cedric Soares
Kido Taylor-Hart

There are rumors surrounding Eddie Nketiah’s fate in the 2024/2025 season. Arsenal is seriously considering selling the striker this summer.

Nketiah is one of Arsenal’s players in the 2023/2024 season. Last season, he played more of a substitute role in the Gunners squad.

Nketiah’s performance in the Arsenal squad is not very bad. He managed to score six goals and three assists for the Gunners.

However, The Sun reports that Arsenal are ready to part ways with the striker. They plan to sell the player if there is a good offer.

According to the report, Arsenal is indeed planning to buy a new striker this summer.

They need a sharp striker who can be a mainstay in their attack line. This situation means that Nketiah’s position will be increasingly marginalized in the Arsenal squad.

So instead of Nketiah just being a bench warmer, Arsenal decided to sell him this summer.

According to the report, Arsenal has determined Nketiah’s transfer fee this summer.

They reportedly priced the striker at a dowry of 30 million pounds. They think the price is worth attaching to the striker.

If no offer of that size comes in, then Arsenal will keep the striker next summer.

According to the same report, there are three clubs queuing up for Nketiah’s services.

Fulham, Crystal Palace and Wolverhampton are reportedly interested in using the striker’s services this summer.


Arsenal attacking midfielder, Kai Havertz is grateful that he decided to move to the north side of London. He said his move from Chelsea was a good decision for his career.

In the summer of last year, Havertz made a surprising decision. He decided to leave Chelsea to join the Blues’ city rivals, Arsenal.

At the start of his career with Arsenal, Havertz experienced difficulties. However, slowly but surely, he is able to become a player that Mikel Arteta relies on.

Havertz admitted he was grateful that he decided to leave Chelsea last year. “My move from Chelsea to Arsenal was completely worth it,” Havertz told Welt am Sonntag.

Havetz admitted that the start of his move to Arsenal felt like a disaster.

He said that he received pressure from both Chelsea fans and Arsenal fans and that had a bit of an effect on his performance.

“Chelsea fans were really angry when I decided to leave them. On the other hand, Arsenal fans were not enthusiastic about me because I didn’t play well when I first arrived,” continued Havertz.

However, Havertz admitted that he was able to rise because of the environment around him at Arsenal.

He said that he received full support from his colleagues and also the coaching staff so that he was able to perform optimally.

“The coaches and my teammates gave me support. Apart from that, my immediate environment still supports me so that I can be like this,” he concluded.

In his first season with Arsenal, Havertz managed to record impressive statistics.

The 24 year old player managed to score 14 goals and seven assists for the Gunners.

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