- Lucas Torreira and Granit Xhaka remain key squad members under Mikel Arteta
- However, they could be on their way out with Arsenal looking for potential suitors
- A move back to Germany has been mooted for Xhaka while Torrira has been linked to Italy
Arsenal are reportedly ready to listen offers for Granit Xhaka and Lucas Torreira this summer.
The pair remain integral squad members for the Gunners but it appears they could be shipped out.
Torreira is yet to play as much this season owing to a career-threatening injury suffered earlier in the season.
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Xhaka, on the other hand has endured a mixed spell at the Emirates that has seen him fall out with fans.
He was on the verge of being offloaded during the January window but was once again welcomed back to the fold.
However, his Arsenal future is once again up in the air, with Metro UK reporting the Gunners are open to selling him alongside Torreira.
Torreira has been linked with a move to Italy and Xhaka could be primed for a move back to Germany.
Reports on the future of the two came just hours after Arsenal were demolished 3-0 against Man City during the Premier League return on Wednesday, June 17.
The defeat saw the London club suffer a massive blow in their hope of finishing in the top four at the end of the season.
The side currently sit ninth on the standings with 40 points, eight off a Champions League place.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Arsenal centre back David Luiz took full responsibility for his team’s defeat against Manchester City at the Etihad on Wednesday, June 17, as the Premier League finally resumed after more than 100 days.
Luiz was sent off early in the second half after bringing down Riyad Mahrez in the penalty area.
The Brazilian’s sending off summed up his error-strewn return to action and he was bold enough to admit his role in the crushing defeat.
Notably, he was responsible for City’s first goal as a misjudged ball allowed Raheem Sterling in behind to power a shot past Bernd Leno, who had made a string of crucial saves to keep the match level earlier.
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