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Arsenal to decide futures of four First team players

Arsenal to decide futures of four First team players, including David Luiz and Pablo.

Arsenal has fewer than 24 hours to settle on the futures of four of their first-team players, including David Luiz who has come under fire for his recent performance.

Since the Premier League’s resumed from its coronavirus suspension, the Gunners have endured a wretched run, losing back-to-back games at Manchester City and Brighton.

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And now Arteta has some big decisions to make on June 23 deadline for Premier League clubs to negotiate with their players on contract extensions.

David Luiz

After a number of high-profile errors, including two in the recent 3-0 defeat at the Etihad, Luiz has been subject to increased scrutiny.

Arsenal to decide futures of four First team players

David Luiz

The Brazilian was added as a first-half substitute for the injured Pablo Mari, but ended up gifting the first goal to the hosts before giving away a penalty and being sent off in the process.

The 33-year-old, an £8million signed last summer from London rivals Chelsea, made it clear that he wants to stay in the Emirates, but it remains to be seen whether a new deal will be awarded.

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Pablo Mari

Before suffering an ankle ligament injury against Manchester City which could rule him out until November, Mari had shown some early promise for the Gunners.

Arsenal to decide futures of four First team players

Pablo Mari

The Flamengo defender joined the Premier League side on loan in the January transfer window, with the contract having a £14m buyout clause.

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Arsenal is thought to have taken on this option, although the club has not yet given any official confirmation.

Cedric Soares

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This loan signing from Southampton was one that at the time the deal was announced had raised eyebrows with the Arsenal fanbase.

Arsenal to decide futures of four First team players

Cedric Soares

He arrived from Southampton in north London with a knee problem that took longer to clear up than originally anticipated.

Soares, 28, has yet to make his Gunners first-team debut.

The Portugal International is going to become a free agent with his Saints deal scheduled to expire on June 30.

The Gunners could however negotiate a short-term contract extension for Soares until the end of the season before working on a long-term deal later on.

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Dani Ceballos

Another loanee, the jury on Ceballos is already very much out.

Arsenal to decide futures of four First team players

Dani Ceballos

During his season-long loan, the Real Madrid midfielder showed glimpses of his quality in the Emirates.

According to Marca, the Gunners have reached an agreement with the LaLiga giants to extend his loan deal until the end of the 2019/20 season.

However, the long-term ambitions of the 23-year-old remain in the air, with Ceballos sending mixed signals about his future

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    July 25, 2020 at 9:59 am

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