Arsenal are planning a clear-out in an attempt to boost their coffers even further during the January sales.
The news comes just 24 hours after the club's board were heavily criticised by supporters for failing to replicate their financial success on the pitch.
Theo Walcott could lead the clearance, with Marouane Chamakh, Andrey Arshavin, Johan Djourou and Sebastien Squillaci also to be made available.
Arsenal are still trying to resolve their long-running contract dispute with Walcott, but if it is not sorted by January they will listen to offers for the England international. Liverpool, Juventus and Chelsea are monitoring the situation.
Chamakh is wanted by former club Bordeaux, while Brazilian club Internacional are also interested in the Morocco striker.
However, 28-year-old Chamakh's possible return to France is being scuppered by his £50,000-a-week wages. He is keen on a return, but Bordeaux are only willing to offer him a deal worth half that and Chamakh is unwilling to take such a drop.