Arsenal decides to sell Gabriel as Edu tries to offload “at least six” first-team players by the deadline.

According to reports, Arsenal has made a decision regarding Gabriel Magalhaes’ future as the club looks to offload at least six first-team players before Friday’s transfer deadline.

After a window that saw the arrivals of David Raya, Jurrien Timber, Declan Rice, and Kai Havertz for a combined fee in excess of £200 million, it is looking like a busy few days for Mikel Arteta’s side.

Granit Xhaka, Matt Turner, Auston Trusty, and Pablo Mari, among others, have all left the team for sums that could reach just over £40 million. Marquinhos, Alex Runarsson, and Kieran Tierney, meanwhile, have all gotten loan agreements somewhere else.

Additionally, the Gunners will concentrate on securing additional outgoings over the course of the next five days.

According to a London report, six players will be let go by Arsenal.

The first of those departures will be Folarin Balogun, a Hale End graduate whose permanent move to Monaco is expected to be confirmed in the upcoming 48 hours.

Rob Holding, 27, has been linked to clubs in Spain and Turkey this transfer window, and Arsenal is reportedly open to offers for him as well. Although Arsenal have the option to extend Holding’s current contract by an additional 12 months, it expires next summer.

Nuno Tavares’ future is also likely to be elsewhere given that Wolfsburg and Werder Bremen expressed interest in the Portugal under-21 international this summer.

Although Aston Villa has expressed interest in Tavares, it is believed that he would prefer to remain in the Premier League. According to reports, the Gunners would prefer to find a long-term solution for the 23-year-old who is not in Mikel Arteta’s plans.

Another free agent is Albert Sambi Lokonga, who has reportedly drawn interest from Monaco. Although both Brighton and Burnley have been rumored to be interested, neither team has formally approached the other.

With only one year left on their contracts, Nicolas Pepe and Cedric are also anticipated to depart.

Teams in Spain and Portugal have expressed interest in Cedric, according to the publication, even though no formal offer has yet been made. Saudi Arabia is also interested in Pepe, and their transfer window closes two weeks after the Premier League’s.

Despite rumors of a move to the Saudi Pro League and Real Madrid, London continued, Gabriel does not seem likely to depart.

The Brazilian has yet to start a Premier League game this season, but it is believed that this is more of a tactical choice than a result of rumors about his future.

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