Arsenal exodus begins as French star undergoes medical - reports

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Arsenal full-back Gael Clichy is set to undergo a medical at Manchester City, according to

The Frenchman looks set to leave the Gunners with just a year remaining on his current deal at the Emirates Stadium.

The 25-year-old was heavily linked with a move to Liverpool earlier this summer, but it seems that City have won the race.

City are reportedly close to agreeing a deal worth £7 million for Clichy, as the exodus begins at Arsenal.


Samir Nasri is also heavily linked with a move to Manchester, with City and United vying over his signature.

With Cesc Fabregas expected to leave for Barcelona, and rumours swelling surrounding Robin van Persie's future, Arsene Wenger is facing a dilemma this summer as many of his star players head out of the Arsenal door.

Rumours are now abound that Theo Walcott could make a move to Chelsea, leaving Arsenal will a major re-build job this summer.

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