Benzema arrival could force departure of Arsenal ace

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With Arsenal preparing a move for Real Madrid star striker Karim Benzema, German international Lukas Podolski could be heading out of the Emirates, according to the Mail Online.

The Arsenal ace suffered a mixed season at the Gunners in the 2012/13 campaign and a number of clubs are vying for his signature. 

German duo Schalke and Wolfsburg are both in the running to sign the 28-year-old with Galatasaray also in bringing him to Turkey. 

And, if Arsene Wenger can pull of a deal to sign French forward Benzema, then Podolski will fall further down the pecking order at the north London outfit.

The German star has begun the 2013/14 season out of his usual position, with England ace Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain occupying his usual position on the left of Arsenal's attacking three. 

The Gunners will be hoping to secure their first Premier League points of the season as they travel to Fulham tomorrow lunch time.

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