Arsenal are preparing for their biggest ever summer clear out as Unai Emery loses patience with his under-performing players.
Mega money flop Shkodran Mustafi will be ditched if the club can recoup a chunk of the £35million they shelled out for him in 2016.
German big earner Mesut Ozil will also be allowed to go in a cut price deal - but any buyer will need to get near his £350,000-a-week wages to convince him to finally quit the Emirates.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan, on £180,000 per week, is also at risk of being sold, reports suggest.
But they are not the only ones Arsenal will listen to offers for.
Calum Chambers, Mohamed Elneny, Carl Jenkinson, and David Ospina are thought to be on the market, The Sun claim.
Injured Danny Welbeck will not be offered a new deal, despite reports last month. Aaron Ramsey and Petr Cech are both leaving, which will also save much-needed cash.
Denis Suarez will be sent back to Barcelona as soon as his ill-fated loan spell comes to an end.
Arsenal need to raise as much cash as possible with their transfer kitty said to be less than £45million this summer.
Emery, who continues to back his players publicly, has become more concerned by a late-season dip in form which has seen their top four hopes hit.
Fans won't be concerned to hear Mustafi may be on his way out after a horror show against Crystal Palace .
Arsenal need at least four signings this summer and cutting the club's wage bill is a number one priority - even if that means working with a smaller squad.
Emery wants at least two defenders - and Manchester United defender Eric Bailly is one of them.
He hasn't played for United since their Champions League clash at PSG.
But United want £30million if they are to sell to a direct rival.
Arsenal are desperate for defensive improvements and have let in six goals in their last two matches.