With club’s finances looking healthy at the moment, the Gunners don’t really need to sell any of their players, but they, nonetheless, aim to get rid of several footballers in January.
Theo Walcott could be the only high-profile player to go following his contract dispute with the club, while Andrei Arshavin, Marouane Chamakh, Johan Djourou and Sebastien Squillaci could follow.
All these players are still held in high regard by top European clubs, meaning Arsenal would be able to raise a substantial amount of money through their sales.
Arsene Wenger could use the cash to but a new centre forward after summer signing Olivier Giroud failed to properly replace Robin van Persie.
Having lost to Norwich last weekend, Arsenal currently occupy 9th place in the Premier League standings.