Arsenal are reportedly considering letting Mesut Ozil leave the club for just £25m during the January transfer window.
The playmaker has missed his side's last five games with a back problem, during which time Arsenal have extended their unbeaten record to 21 matches across all competitions.
Manager Unai Emery is no longer thought to deem Ozil as integral to his plans at the club, and the Gunners could now look to cash in on the former Germany international.
The Daily Mail reports that Arsenal would even be willing to accept a cut-price fee of just £25m in order to get the £350,000-a-week midfielder off their wage bill.
Ozil has been linked with a move to Inter Milan, and his representatives are expected to begin talks with the Serie A outfit next week.
Ozil joined Arsenal in 2013 and has gone on to make more than 200 appearances for the club across all competitions.