Arsenal are open to selling midfielder Thomas Partey this summer amid interest from Saudi Arabia.
The Ghana international has been a key player for the Gunners in midfield, but the club are looking into the future.
The 30-year-old has been hampered by several injuries at the club, and they are prepared to consider his summer exit.
90min claim that he is on the radar of several Saudi clubs and Arsenal are hopeful of securing a significant transfer fee.
The Gunners bought him from Atletico for £45 million, and there is optimism that they could make a profit with his sale.Ruben Neves is on his way to Al-Hilal for £47m despite the fact that he has just one year left on his Wolves contract.
Partey, who is a far better player than the Portuguese, could attract big-money offers from the Middle East too.
Aside from Partey, the Gunners are braced to sell the likes of Folarin Balogun, Nuno Tavares and Nicolas Pepe.