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Mikel Arteta sent Sead Kolasinac back to his former club Schalke for the rest of the season.
In fact, the Spanish boss is hoping to get rid of six more players this month, either permanently or on loan.
The 32-year-old German playmaker has been banned from Arteta’s Premier League and Europa League squads, meaning he’s 350. Gets £ 000 a week to do absolutely nothing.
Hector Bellerin – combined with a return to Barcelona – also earns a six-figure amount every week, the 110. Brings in £ 000 a week.
Sokratis, like Ozil, is another big money player who doesn’t even make it to the Premier League squad.
Elsewhere, Calum Chambers and William Saliba could get the boot either on loan or forever.
Chambers takes £ 50 weekly. 000 home while Saliba is £ 40 a week. Raised 000 even though he has never played for the Gunners.
Should Arteta dump all six players – after already abandoning Kolasinac – he could spend just over £ 20m on top of his normal transfer budget in July and August.
Given that most of the players standing in front of the ax are either unregistered, struggling, or simply not being selected, it seems like a breeze for Arteta.
Arsenal will save nearly £ 1 million a week if six more flops are whipped to Kolasinac.
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