According to reports, the club has agreed to sanction the departures of Mathieu Debuchy and David Ospina only for the right offer.

The duo have been kept on the bench for much of this season by encouraging performances from Hector Bellerin and new signing Petr Cech respectively.

Debuchy recently made it clear to the media that he is interested in a move away from the club with Euro 2016 approaching while Ospina is rumoured to have received an offer from Besiktas.

Thus, emerging reports are claiming that Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis, an integral part of the club’s transfer dealings, has approved of either a six-month loan deal or a permanent sale of the pair before the January transfer window ends.

Talks are on-going between Mathieu Debuchy and two clubs, including AS Roma, but Arsenal are reprotedly requiring a 1million loan fee for a deal to be completed.

Ospina, currently sidelined by a groin injury, is yet to agree terms with Turkish side Besiktas who have made an enquiry for the 27-year-old.

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