Arsenal coach, Mikel Arteta, is planning of selling most of his first-team players in order to raise money for his ream team next season.
Arteta led the Gunners to FA Cup victory few months after taking over the managerial role of the club.
The former Arsenal captain wants to rebuild the team to make them more competitive.
Their financial burden was eased by £30million after winning the FA Cup ahead of their London rivals, Chelsea.
However, this is not enough to meet their goals in the transfer market where they hope to bring in world-class players.
As such, they have lined up Sokratis, Matteo Guendouzi, Lucas Torreira, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Sead Kolasinac as well as Shkodran Mustafi and Rob Holding for sale.
Daily Mail also reports that the Spaniard may let go of Alexandre Lacazette or Hector Bellerin if a huge deal for either of them surfaces.
Arsenal would have loved to show Mesut Ozil the exit door too but his agent has made it known that he would stay at the North London club until the expiration of his current contract which runs till the end of next season.
At present, the German receives £350,000 per week for doing virtually nothing.