Bacary Sagna, Nicklas Bendtner and the other players who could leave Arsenal at the end of the season
A look at the Arsenal players that are either out of contract at the end of the season or could look towards pastures new
Arsenal’s fans may have finished January deeply frustrated with their club’s lack of business and failure to bring in another striker, but they look set to say farewell to a number of players in the summer when their contract runs out.
As it stands, first-team squad members that could be saying their goodbyes include regular right-back Bacary Sagna and striker Nicklas Bendtner, while understudy goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski is also expected to end his stay in north London.
One player whose future was unclear was Tomas Rosicky, but Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that an agreement has been reached to extend his stay with the Gunners.
So who is out of contract at Arsenal this season or could be shown the exit door? Click on the gallery below to find out…
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