Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Nicklas Bendtner and Manuel Almunia are both holding talks about moves away from the club.
The duo have not been included for Arsenal's tour of Asia as they are in transfer discussions.
Bendtner has been strongly linked with Borussia Dortmund and Fenerbahce in recent weeks, while Almunia looks set to return to Spain.
"Both of them are possible departures," said the manager.
"They are talking to other clubs at the moment. I cannot tell you which ones."
Wenger, meanwhile, revealed that he does no intend to sign a replacement for Gael Clichy - who he sold to Manchester City.
The Gunners boss says he is happy that he has Kieran Gibbs and Armand Traore, along with Thomas Vermaelen, who could also play there if required.
"The plan for left back is that we have Kieran Gibbs, Armand Traore and Thomas Vermaelen can play there too. So we have what we need," said Wenger - who admitted that new signing Carl Jenkinson will be involved with the first team.
"Jenkinson is an interesting buy. We bought him from Charlton and hopefully he will push Sagna," he said.