ARSENAL has reportedly included sales fees after Omari Hutchinson and Matteo Guendouzi were flogged to Chelsea and Marseille respectively.
That’s according to GunnerBlog, who claim the Gunners sold the pair on the cheap but the club are still expecting a windfall across the board.
Hutchinson, 18, joined the Blues’ under-23 team for an undisclosed fee.
The attacking midfielder never made senior appearances for the north Londoners during his seven-year tenure at the Emirates.
But the 18-year-old has nine goals and nine assists in 24 appearances for the U18s and eight goals and seven assists in 22 games for the U21s.
Guendouzi, 23, joined Arsenal from Lorient in 2018 and has recorded one goal and five assists in 82 games in all competitions.
The midfielder has been loaned out to Hertha Berlin and Marseille, where he impressed last season.
The France international amassed five goals and 14 assists in 54 games for L’OM, who were convinced to sign him on a three-year deal for around £9million.
If either of these two players is sold in the near future Arsenal will turn a profit thanks to their resale clause.
The Gunners are turning a tide after an inconsistent campaign that saw them fail to qualify for the Champions League.
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Mikel Arteta has witnessed the arrival of some key newcomers including Gabriel Jesus, Fabio Vieira, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Matt Turner and Marquinhos.
Arsenal want more reinforcements and have been linked with Leicester star Youri Tielemans as well as Lyon ace Lucas Paqueta.
Arsenal insert sale fees for Omari Hutchinson and Matteo Guendouzi transfer after cheaply flogging the pair