Bookies price up 10 Arsenal players for summer exits

What’s next for Arsenal?

How will the Arsenal board react to the current malaise at the Emirates Stadium?

Everyone knows what most of the fans want. They are sick and tired of Arsene Wenger and they want him gone as soon as possible.

But Wenger has a contract until the end of next season, while he’s thought to have the support and backing of the board too.

What’s clear is that something has to give if Arsenal want to get back to being a top team.

So if Wenger doesn’t leave this summer, will Arsenal undergo a radical shake-up of their playing squad instead?

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10 Arsenal players set to leave this summer

Arsenal could lose up to 10 players this summer, according to Ladbrokes.

With plenty expecting a huge clear-out in North London at the end of the season, the bookies have priced up the 10 most likely names to leave when the transfer window opens.

Petr Cech is the most likely man to leave at 9/20, but Jack Wilshere (8/11), Aaron Ramsey (10/11) and Shkodran Mustafi (10/11) are all odds-on shots.

In fact, every player featuring in the top 10 is priced at 5/2 or shorter, making an Emirates summer clearout inevitable, while Arsene Wenger himself is 1/5 to leave before the opening day of next season.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “It looks like things will get a lot worse before they get better for Arsenal, with plenty of first-teamers seemingly set to jump ships at the next available opportunity.”

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Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Petr Cech – 9/20
Santi Cazorla – 1/2
Jack Wilshere – 8/11
Aaron Ramsey – 10/11
Shkodran Mustafi – 10/11
Danny Welbeck – 9/5
Alexandre Lacazette – 2/1
Hector Bellerin – 9/4
Mohamed Elneny – 5/2
Alex Iwobi – 5/2

Also see: Arsenal squad turn on Mesut Ozil, Henrikh Mkhitaryan & Shkodran Mustafi.

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