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Opinion: Top 3 Best Arsenal Player Who Left on a Free Transfer

Source: BleacheReport

Arsenal, like other Premier League clubs, had a fair share of time left on their contracts. And the Gunners seem to have had the experience of releasing some of their first-team players over the years. Arsenal's Top 4 Premier League Transfers:

 3. Marwan Chamak

 Marouane Chamak's departure from Arsenal in 2013 was ridiculous, but it is easy to forget that his life at Arsenal was a fantastic start. In the summer of 2010, Arsenal's attacking focus and Plan B signed on a free transfer from Girondins de Bordeaux. His skills in aerial skills and athletics have made him a success; He is also known for his outstanding work ethic and consistent finish. The first few months in London. Chamak, on the other hand, was relieved to find Robin van Persie at his full potential. Wenger allows Moroccan contract to be terminated and transfers to Crystal Palace

 2. Matthew Flamini

 He has twice signed for Arsenal. He first joined the Olympic de Marseille in 2004 after rejecting a professional contract. After a four-year stay in north London, he moved to AC Milan and it seems that his time with the Gunners is over. Wenger gave the club a second chance after coaching the club on a free agent in 2013. After being released from the cloud in 2008, he took the opportunity to impress spectators at the Emirates Stadium. Flamini has not always been Arsenal's favorite player. But it is undeniable that they paid a lot of money to a loyal team member who did not pay the transfer fee, according to BBC Sport.

 1. Aaron Ramsey

 Arsenal found the Welshman and signed him from Cardiff City in 2008. Aaron Ramsey has struggled in north London, winning three FA Cups. Ramsey, who is suffering from a hamstring injury, made a remarkable effort to recover from a broken leg against Stoke City. Although initially struggling to make progress, he gradually established himself as an integral part of the Arsenal machine. Towards the end of his time in north London, the Welshman established himself as one of the club's longest-serving players, meaning he was given more responsibilities. In most cases, however, he responded with high performance.

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