Ryo Miyachi has completed a move away from Arsenal. [Picture: Getty]
Arsenal are undoubtedly on the lookout for world class stars ahead of next season, but the Gunners themselves will also lose a few of theirs as well.
Arsenal have officially confirmed the departure of Ryo Miyaichi and Semi Ajayi away from Arsenal to St. Pauli and Cardiff City respectively.
Miyachi who has been at the club since 2010, has been on four different loan spells, but only made one appearance for the Gunners.
However, second tier German side St. Pauli have now taken a chance on him and have given the Japanese international a three year deal, following the Gunner’s recent release of the 22-year-old.
While Semi Ajayi has completed a move to Cardiff City.
Ajayi joins the Bluebirds after impressing on loan with the club in the final weeks of the 2014/15 season.
He featured four times for Cardiff’s under-21 side, scoring a brace on his debut, and featured in the first-team squad for the club’s final league match of the season, away to Nottingham Forest.
Ajayi joined Arsenal from Charlton Athletic’s academy in 2013 and was a regular for the under-21s last term. The Nigeria Under-21 international was also involved in a number of first-team matchday squads during his time at the club.
Arsenal have completed the transfer of Semi Ajayi. [Picture: Arsenal]
Wenger is planning a major title challenge and we would see more Arsenal players exit the Emirates in the coming weeks to free up space and significant funds going into the summer transfer window.