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“I think my time at Arsenal is done, and I want to thank the fans for their support up to this point.” I think it’s time for me to go on and join a club where I can compete for awards. Despite a stellar season, the midfielder for Arsenal is expected to depart this summer. Not Elneny, Thomas Partey, or Ødegaard

"I think my time at Arsenal is done, and I want to thank the fans for their support up to this point." I think it's time for me to go on and join a club where I can compete for awards. Despite a stellar season, the midfielder for Arsenal is expected to depart this summer. Not Elneny, Thomas Partey, or Ødegaard

With so many players set to come and go from Arsenal this summer, Mikel Arteta will likely be busy upgrading his team once more.

Arteta should have money to spend in the offseason because Arsenal was relatively quiet in January, as was the case throughout the Premier League.

Arsenal has found their scoring rhythm again, but acquiring a new striker might still be the top priority.

Micah Richards finds Leandro Trossard, who is playing false nine, to be very impressive.

Long-term success being the goal, Arsenal could still benefit from an upgrade over Eddie Nketiah.

Arteta will surely want to bolster his midfield in addition to his forwards.

Declan Rice and Jorginho seem to be sticking around, but Thomas Partey and Mohamed Elneny might be able to find other options.

Apart from this partnership, it seems like Albert Sambi Lokonga is going to be departing permanently.

Journalist Charles Watts, at least, feels that way right now.

This summer, Albert Sambi Lokonga may decide to permanently leave Arsenal.

Watts saw little chance of making it back to Arsenal’s starting lineup the following season, despite his “excellent” loan performance for Luton Town this season.

While having a conversation on YouTube, Watts suggested that Arteta and his team have probably moved on from Lokonga.

“This is an example of a loan spell that is now operating properly,” he clarified.

It’s going to get interesting now that a lot of people are wondering if Lokonga will return and feature in a future season.

“I don’t think so; I think Arsenal has moved on from Sambi a little bit.”He could, given that Arsenal will be making midfield changes, but I think the most likely scenario right now is that Arsenal will attempt to recoup some of the money they spent on Sambi in the summer.

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