The ‘untouchable’ player for Arsenal may now be sold this summer, according to a report.

It hasn’t gone as planned so far for Gabriel Magalhaes’ season.

Last season, the Arsenal defender started every league game, but he has come off the bench to start the first two games for the Gunners this season.

Due to rumors surrounding his future sparked by Gabriel’s absence from the starting lineup, The Mail is now reporting that there is a remote possibility that he could leave Arsenal this summer.

This unexpected turn of events is rather startling.

We find it difficult to believe that Gabriel could be leaving this season after being one of the first names on Mikel Arteta’s teamsheet.

Let’s face it; left-sided center backs are currently as rare as gold dust on the transfer market, and Gabriel is among the best.

Although it’s difficult to imagine this happening now, we might have been able to if Jurrien Timber hadn’t sustained an injury.

Gabriel was supposedly considered “untouchable” at Arsenal not too long ago, and we find it hard to believe that their position has changed so drastically in recent weeks. Fabrizio Romano made that claim at the time.

It’s hard to imagine Arsenal, the north London club, taking this kind of step backwards after such a brilliant summer of building, despite the fact that Gabriel is an excellent player and absolutely essential to the way the Gunners play. The Gunners are looking to build on what they did last season.

Attack wins games, but defense wins championships, and Arsenal’s chances of winning the Premier League would undoubtedly suffer if one of the league’s top center backs were to be sold just one week before the transfer window closes.

The best chance for the Gunners to advance this season is to keep Gabriel in the lineup.

Gabriel might depart, but if at all possible, they ought to keep him around.

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