Arsenal To CONFIRM Sale Of 3 Players This Week! | #TransferTalk

► SUBSCRIBE to FOOTBALL DAILY: http://bit.ly/fdsubscribe On this week’s Transfer Talk, we take a look at the exodus at Arsenal, with Mesut Özil, Sokratis and Folarin Balogun all set to leave the Premier League club in the coming weeks. Özil looks almost certain to go to Turkish giants Fenerbahce, Sokratis has garnered attention from a number of clubs including La Liga outfit Real Betis, while Balogun has apparently reached a pre-contract agreement with an overseas club. Meanwhile, Man United’s Timothy Fosu-Mensah is set to be confirmed as a Bayer Leverkusen player following a near-seven year spell at Old Trafford. We also look at Arsenal’s rivals Tottenham, who are keen on signing Real Madrid outcast Eder Militao. The Brazilian defender has found minutes hard to come by since signing for the 13-time Champions League winners in 2019, and Zinedine Zidane is apparently happy to sanction a move, as Spurs boss Jose Mourinho looks to bolster his back-line. Meanwhile, Valencia are reportedly keen on a similar move to Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks, a rumour Mourinho has been quick to squash. Chelsea centre-back Fikayo Tomori could also be on the move, with AC Milan the latest club to be linked with his signature. The 23 year-old has also been touted for a loan switch to Leeds and Newcastle, so he isn’t short of suitors as he looks to get more game time, something which hasn’t been afforded to him by the under pressure Frank Lampard. ► SUBSCRIBE to EURO FOOTBALL DAILY: https://bit.ly/37igEnb ► SUBSCRIBE to FOOTBALL DAILY PODCASTS: https://bit.ly/3moyeMO ► LISTEN TO: EXTRA TIME PODCAST: https://apple.co/2KaVq0K Source: Soccer News

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