Arsenal boss Unai Emery will hope to continue to stamp his mark on the squad this summer, and it could reportedly involve two exits.
The Spanish tactician arrived at the Emirates last summer to replace Arsene Wenger, and made several additions to the squad to mould it into his own.
After a limited January transfer window in which Denis Suarez was the only notable new arrival in a loan deal from Barcelona, the summer could be crucial in allowing Emery to continue the process of building his own squad in north London.
With that in mind, The Mirror suggest that exits are on the cards, which in turn could create space for new signings. It’s reported that Mesut Ozil is being forced out by being snubbed by Emery, as he continues to struggle for regular playing time.