According to the Sun, Arsenal is not satisfied with the performance of Mesut Ozil, who arrived in the summer of 2013 from Real Madrid, and would be set to sell him in the January transfer window for just under €28 million.
The German midfielder, not convened in the last two challenges, would risk staying out for nearly two months because of a back problem due to the presence that assumes in front of video games.
Another piece that would have convinced the London club chiefs to let the £350,000-a-week star leave the club and free up some space for transfer acquisitions.
According to the source, Inter Milan are among the pretenders to the German in the first row.
Next week the entourage of the player, including brother Mutlu, will fly to Italy to propose his client to the management of Corso Vittorio Emanuele.
The first stage of a series of meetings across Europe in which the agents will try to find new accommodation in Mesut Ozil, expiring in 2021 but farther away from Emirates Stadium.
Inter were desperate to add an experienced playmaker to their ranks with Italian giants heavily linked with the move for Ballon d’Or Winner Luka Modric.