Arsenal are willing to listen to offers this summer for Carl Jenkinson and Mathieu Debuchy, reports the Express.

Both right-backs made just one appearance each for the Gunners last term, with most of their game time coming in the reserves.

Jenkinson, 25, signed for Arsenal from Charlton back in 2011 but has failed to force his way into the first team at the Emirates.

Jenkinson spent two seasons on loan at West Ham where has was gaining regular first team football before he suffered a long-term knee injury.

Debuchy, 31, has struggled to gain any first team football since Hector Bellerin came to prominence.

The duo could be the first of many players to leave the Emirates this summer with the futures of Wojciech Szczesny and Jack Wilshere also in doubt.

Arsene Wenger is reportedly ready to spend big this summer after signing a new two-year deal to remain as the club’s manager.

Wenger is thought to be heavily chasing French trio Kylian Mbappe, Andre Lacazette and Thomas Lemar as he looks to revitalise his squad, but he will look to sell on some of his current players first before bringing in many new signings.

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