ARSENAL are ready to cash in on their contract rebels as Arsene Wenger plots a transfer overhaul in January, according to reports.
Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil and midfielder Jack Wilshere could all be sold if Arsenal receive suitable offers for the trio.
All three of the players have refused to put pen to paper to extend their current contracts which expire next summer.
The Gunners are set to make one final last ditch attempt to convince Sanchez and Ozil that their futures lie at the Emirates.
But despite offers of substantial pay increases, both players look destined for the exit door with European giants ready to take advantage.
Manchester United and Barcelona have both been linked with a move for Ozil and it is believed the German is keen to speak to both clubs.
Pep Guardiola remains a huge fan of Sanchez but his interest in the Chilean has cooled following Manchester City’s stunning start to the season.
Wilshere has been trying to force his way back into the first team following a lengthy absence from injury and loan stint at Bournemouth.
The England midfielder has yet to start a Premier League match this season but is a regular in Arsenal’s Europa League squad.
Wilshere, 25, is most likely to pen a new deal out of the three but wants assurances that he is part of Wenger’s plans moving forward.