Arsenal will have their sights set firmly on securing a top-four spot in the current campaign, having enjoyed a lot of success already under Unai Emery.
The Gunners have managed to get the very best out of their attackers this season, but a number of injuries have caused all sorts of problems at the Emirates recently.
So, with the January transfer window almost here, Emery may have his eye on a couple of additions to try and help provide cover and to add quality. But, in order for this to happen they’ll need to offload a couple of first-team outcasts that have struggled to make an impact in the current campaign.
Therefore, Emery has no choice but to trade these TWO Arsenal outcasts in for cash in January…
Mohamed Elneny was a first-team regular under Arsene Wenger but he has struggled to work his way into Unai Emery’s plans in the current campaign, which can be put down to the summer signing of Lucas Torreira.
The Egyptian has plenty of quality and could be a real asset for a number of Premier League sides, but his days in North London appear to be numbered.
So, with the Gunners already having a number of midfield players at their disposal, they should think about offloading the 26-year-old to raise funds.
Carl Jenkinson has been sent out on loan twice since joining Arsenal back in 2011, as his football career continues to head down a blind alley at the Emirates. He has managed to feature in four games this season, but this can be put down to a number of defensive injuries in the side.
So, with Emery being provided with the opportunity to cover for his current injury crisis by bringing in a defender in the January transfer window, Jenkinson has to be the player to make way.