Why are you leaving us now at this stage’: Zinchenko broke down in tears as His best friend last season has confirmed His Arsenal departure today – farewell champion

Through social media, two members of Arsenal’s first team have announced their intention to leave the team as free agents, and transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has disclosed a third player’s departure.

In the end, the Gunners’ attempt to win their first Premier League championship since 2004 was unsuccessful. However, it is undeniable that Arsenal has made enormous progress this season, and few would wager against Mikel Arteta’s team surpassing their current level of performance the following year.

Focus has swiftly shifted to the summer transfer window, where Arteta and sporting director Edu will have access to an additional £200 million or more to spend, in order to further that cause.

This figure appears to account for both revenue from player sales and savings from free agent departures.

Regarding the latter, Cedric Soares and Mohamed Elneny, two prominent members of the Arsenal first team, have declared their departure from the Emirates.

First off, on Monday, 32-year-old Portuguese right-back Cedric announced his impending departure on X.

A heartfelt farewell from Cedric
Cedric said, “What a team and what a club.” “When I refer to a team, I mean just that—every player’s caliber, your professionalism, and how wonderful of people you all are. Thank you!”

When I refer to the “club,” I mean all the divisions and employees who work so hard both on and off the field to enable top-tier competition.

“The club also refers to its heart, and by this I mean YOU guys, THE FANS, who contributed so much to making this trip extraordinary and unbelievable.

Thus, I want to thank all of the fans! I will always hold a particular place in my heart for you!

With players such as Ben White, Takehiro Tomiyasu, and Jurrien Timber vying for playing time in Cedric’s preferred right-back position, the Gunners understandably declined to offer him a new contract after he made just five appearances this season.

Three free agents have left the team thus far. Elneny, a holding midfielder, also announced his departure last Friday.

“Gunners, I’m here today to send you a message and to say goodbye and to thank you for everything you’ve done for me and the love, support, and kindness,” Elneny said in a video post addressed to X.

“You’ll always hold a special place in my heart, and I will truly miss you a lot.” And I wanted to let you know how much you mean to me, how much I love you, and how much I will always be grateful for your support.

Goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo is the third star who will leave via free agency after Cedric and Elneny, according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano.

The 22-year-old did well in the most recent season while on loan at League Two’s Wrexham, who finished in second place and earned automatic promotion.

While it’s not official, Okonkwo’s inclusion in the League Two team of the season raises the possibility that he signs a long-term contract with the rising Welsh team.

The recent remarks by Okonkwo, who acknowledged he felt closer to the Wrexham supporters than he ever did at Arsenal, have added fuel to that rumor.

Okonkwo remarked last week, “You’re signing so many autographs and speaking to so many fans before every game.”

There’s a bit of a fan base disconnect at Arsenal because you can’t sign everyone. It’s not feasible. However, Wrexham still possesses that. It’s unique to witness.

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