The Gunners are facing another transfer window shopping for bargain buys after club chiefs told Emery he would not be handed a wealth of riches this summer.
Arsenal have a budget of around £45m, meaning the Spaniard will be forced to sell players to land his top targets.
Yannick Carrasco, Ryan, Fraser, William Saliba, Kieran Tierney and Julian Weigl have all been linked with moves to the Emirates.
But to land any of these targets this summer, Arsenal will need to sell a number of first-team stars.
Luckily, it seems three players could be on their way out of the Emirates.
Nacho Monreal, Laurent Koscielny and Calum Chambers are all expected to leave this summer to make room for Emery’s new arrivals.
The trio are unlikely to be sold for significant transfer fees but will certainly help trim the wage budget in north London.
Monreal is likely to make way for Tierney, who will leave Celtic should they receive a bid of around £20m.
Koscielny is being eyed by a number of Ligue 1 sides, notably Lyon and Rennes.
While Calum Chambers has failed to live up to the hype after his move from Southampton.
The defender has been tentatively linked with Serie A outfit Lazio.
Arsenal have already seen Aaron Ramsey leave this summer.
The Welshman departs north London on a free, joining Juventus on July 1.
And Arsenal legend Robert Pires feels the club are already regretting the decision to not renew Ramsey’s deal.
“Arsenal are already regretting his transfer because he was a really important player for them,” he said.
“It’s a great chance for him to play for a big club. Tactically Aaron will have a lot to learn, but technically he’ll keep developing every day alongside some great players.
“He made a really good decision going there. Aaron is a very intelligent lad so he can adapt quickly, but his teammates have to help him.
“The goals will come, you’ll see. Juve can win the Champions League next season.”