Arsenal had a pretty disappointing season in the last term, having achieved a fifth place finish in the Premier League for the first time since 1998. However, the Gunners made amends for that slip-up by clinching their 13th FA Cup by beating the Premier League champions Chelsea, a record in the history of the tournament.
Now, with the win in the FA Community Shield, the Gunners are looking quite determined to turn the table in the new season and get some positive results out of their fixtures. They have also shown that through their intention to bring in a number of top class players to the team for this season and will also be looking to let go of a few in the summer transfer window, who might be considered as surplus to the team.
Three such players, who can be loaned out by the North London club in the present season are-
The English international spent the last season as well on loan to fellow Premier League side Bournemouth and has been poised to have the same fate in the current season once again. Despite being one of the most talented young players in England in the current situation, the Arsenal midfielder has been performing inconsistently and also has been affected by serious injury scares throughout his tenure at the Emirates and there is ample chance that he might be sent on loan this summer. He might also be allowed to leave the Emirates Stadium permanently in the summer, despite having a good season with the Cherries in the last term.
Another English youngster who has been sent on loan in the recent past from the North London club is Chuba Akpom and just like his teammate Wilshere, has been prone to injuries, which have made it impossible for him to be a part of the team in the last few seasons on a regular basis. He has not been a stranger to such spells in the past as well, as he went on loan to clubs like Hull City and Brighton and might have to face the same fate this term as well.
The player has been one of the most promising young defenders in the ranks of the North London club, however, he has not been able to make it into the first team on a regular basis. In fact, after the inclusion of English defender Rob Holding from Bolton Wanderers, he has fallen down the pecking order in the side and might be sent on loan to get some much needed first team performance under his belt.