Arsenal are close to completing all the outgoings they aimed to do at the start of the week.
It’s worth noting some other countries transfer windows remain open for another two weeks which is likely where Cedric and Nicolas Pepe will end up.
Rob Holding is one of the last players signed by the great Prof. ARSENE WENGER and today marks the end of an era at Arsenal for the player.
Arsenal today agreed £4M with Crystal Palace for the English defender and his is going to be playing to with the Eagles this season.
Arsenal already have adequate replacements for him in the likes of Kiwor Jakub and Ben White can all do a good job there.
Arsenal defender Nuno Tavares has joined Nottingham Forest on a season-long loan, which includes ‘future options’.
Lokonga was bought and thought to be a promising Player that was rated by some top sporting individuals due to his performance in Belgium while playing for Anderlecht.
However, English Premier League is a different and a tougher place to where he was coming from, he couldn’t cut it at Arsenal and a loan option was thought of last season when he joined Arsenal legend, Patrick Viera at Crystal Palace.
The update now is that he is almost completing his move to Luton Town on a season long loan again since a permanent transfer
Nicolas Pepe to make a comeback and rise from the ashes at Arsenal.
It was highly expected that he would leave Arsenal but all the rumors about him joining the Turkish side Besiktas died down and at a point it was also rumored that Arsenal was going to terminate his contract.
However, the Ivorian winger is set to stay at Arsenal and fight for his spot but let’s see if Arteta will give him enough playing time to prove himself again.
Cedric Soares: uncertain The Portuguese right-back is wanted by a number of European clubs but his departure has yet to materialise.
Cedric’s versatility and experience could still prove valuable to Arteta’s squad, and the club may opt to retain him as cover for various positions. However, with the transfer deadline looming, there remains the possibility he could still leave on loan.
Loan Move to Wrexham Young Arsenal goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo has secured a loan move to EFL new boys Wrexham for the 2023/24 season. The 20-year-old shot-stopper, highly regarded within the Arsenal youth ranks, is eager to gain regular senior minutes to accelerate his development.